Happy day after Halloween! (a.k.a. The worst weekday hangover ever.) While the panties and cat ears came out in full force last night, a few of our fave celebs got a liiiittle more creative with their ensembles. Check ‘em out, below.
+KimYe as Catwoman and Batman
Gawd. What’s with all of these couple’s costumes?! Couples in matching outfits simultaneously make me wanna barf and cry because despite how corny they are, all I’ve ever wanted is for somebody to be the Robin to my Batman. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been doing a lot of things as a couple lately, including attending the Angel Ball in NYC — a star-studded benefit to fund research for the prevention and treatment of blood cancer.
+Miley Cyrus as Nicki Minaj
The big booty, the bright wig, the leopard bodysuit…Nicki?! Is that you?! Miley’s Nicki costume was on point. You know what else is on point? Miley’s recent decision to do a hilarious Rock The Vote PSA. This is the first year she’s eligible to vote and she’s totally embracing it.
+JLo as a Hippie
And once again, JLo looks better than most women half her age. She and boyfriend Casper Smart rocked matching hippie costumes, reminding us to make love, not war…which I’m sure many of us would like to do to either of them right now.
+Katy Perry as Jane Lane
The “Teen Mom” generation may not recognize what was once one of the hippest cartoons on TV, but Katy Perry hasn’t forgotten. For Halloween, she dressed up as Jane Lane from the classic MTV show “Daria.” Much like Katy Perry, Jane was all about self-expression and individuality. When she was bullied for being different, she took pride in the fact that she was different.
From Ellen’s Sofia Vergara costume, to Matthew Morrison’s Justin Timberlake, the celebs were out in full force this Halloween. Which costume was your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below, and follow the Action Links to help your favorite celebrities’ favorite charities.
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