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Fashion Police: Celebrities Dress Up for Halloween

We watch them at red carpet events, in the movies, televisions and listen to their music - but once a year we get to see our favorite celebrities dress up in wild and crazy costumes just like us! Some of the costumes are so so impressive we can’t imagine where they got their costumes from! German supermodel Heidi Klum and her husband, the musician Seal, go all out every Halloween and transform themselves into something unrecognizable each October - we love this tradition they have to keep it up every year! Some of the costumes are a bit of a miss - either they showed too much skin or we couldn’t figure out what they were trying to be! Check out our picks for best and worst celebrity Halloween costumes!

Best Costumes

As usual, Heidi Klum outdoes everyone by dressing up in an elaborate costume as an apple and serpent (from the story of Adam and Eve)! We want to know how long it took her to get ready! Michelle Tratchenberg looks adorable as Snow White - very worthy of a Disney Princess. We have no idea what her friend Lydia Hearst is supposed to be though? Anne Hathaway looks great as Cleopatra - her hair and jewelled head-dress are perfectly suited to the Egyptian queen! Pink’s take on being a clown is cute and convincing - especially with the huge polka dot prom dress, red clown hair and face paint! She looks great even though we’re terrified of clowns. Eek! Kate Beckinsale looks very convincing as Little Red Riding Hood - her costume is simple and exactly how we pictured her to look in the fairytale! Honorable mention goes to television reporter Katie Couric for dressing up as Donald Trump. The hair, the expression, the suit - we’re convinced! Jason Biggs dressing up as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz makes us giggle - too bad he wasn’t wearing red ruby slippers instead of those running shoes though!

Heidi Klum as the apple and the serpent!Heidi Klum as the apple and the serpent!
Michelle Tratchenberg as Snow WhiteMichelle Tratchenberg as Snow White
Anne Hathaway as CleopatraAnne Hathaway as Cleopatra
Pink's cute clown outfitPink's cute clown outfit
Jason Biggs as Dorothy from the Wizard of OzJason Biggs as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz
Jason Biggs as Dorothy from the Wizard of OzKatie Couric as Donald Trump

Worst Costumes

We appreciate Mariah Carey’s attempt at being a mermaid, she does have the beautiful mermaid hair, but a skirt with a huge slit up the side and a jeweled bra do not make a mermaid. The Hills’ Heidi Montag’s cop costume is a bit of a cop-out. We’ve never seen a cop wearing a frilly dress and high heeled black boots quite like that. Aaron Carter’s pimp costume looks a bit tasteless and over the top - tone it down a notch maybe?! We know it’s Halloween but still! Kim Kardashian as Wonderwoman sounds like a good idea but her revealing gold bra style top and knickers isn’t exactly true to the character. Where’s the cape? Too much skin on show can definitely be a bad thing - it’s called dressing up not dressing OFF! We think everyone should take a page out of Heidi Klum’s guide to the coolest costumes!

Mariah Carey as a mermaidMariah Carey as a mermaid
Heidi Montag as copHeidi Montag as cop
Aaron Carter in over the top pimp gearAaron Carter in over the top pimp gear
Kim Kardashian as SuperwomanKim Kardashian as Superwoman

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