While most public events were canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebs across the globe - whether from their living rooms or at house gatherings with family and friends, made sure not to miss out on celebrating Halloween.
“Tap In” hitmaker Saweetie was praised for her identical look in recreating the artwork cover of Destiny’s Child’s "Bootylicious" - channeling all three members - while R&B singer Ciara looked stunning in her ensemble as Cardi B.
Needless to say, celebs clearly weren’t lacking any inspiration when it came to costume creativity because these Halloween looks are undoubtedly some of the best form this year’s festivities.
For her Halloween costume, rapper Saweetie channeled Destiny's Child's artwork cover for their 2001 single, "Bootylicious." The "My Type" hitmaker certainly nailed all three looks dressed as Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams.
Kendall Jenner looked unrecognizable in her outfit as Pamela Anderson's character from the 1996 flick, Barb Wire. The only difference was that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star added a "Vote" flag in an effort to remind people of the upcoming presidential election.
Kim Kardashian certainly wasn't going to miss out on the festivities. The mother of four looked fabulous in her leopard-print attire which she accompanied with a pair of jeans and a floral headpiece, which made for a striking resemblance to Tiger King's Carole Baskin. Meanwhile, her BFF, Jonathan Cheban, dressed as Joe Exotic while North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm were Kim's little tigers.
Ciara had multiple outfit changes in the lead-up to Halloween, but her most notable look was channeling Cardi B on her album cover, Invasion of Privacy. Her six-year-old son, Future Jr., dressed as Cardi's husband, Offset.
Lil Nas X
It's no secret that Lil Nas X is a big Nicki Minaj fan, having once owned multiple fan accounts filled with updates on all things concerning the "Hard White" hitmaker. So it came as no surprise that he would channel Minaj for Halloween, looking identical to the outfit the latter wore in her music video for 2010's "Super Bass."
"Dancing With the Stars" contestant and actress Skai Jackson took fans back to the '90s as she donned her best attire to channel rapper Foxy Brown from her 1996 album Ill Na Na. She definitely nailed the look.
Vanessa Hudgens has been dressing up in a countless number of Halloween outfits since the beginning of October, but her most notable costumes would have to be her dressed as Catwoman, a cabaret dancer, and a black widow spider.
Model Chrissy Teigen, who recently opened up about her devastating miscarriage with her third child, returned to social media on Halloween to share her costume dressed as Black Swan. Her husband, John Legend, also took part and channeled Spider-Man for the occasion.
Pop superstar Halsey looked mesmerizing as Emily the Corpse Bride from the 2005 film of the same name. She shared a series of selfies from her overall look, and by the look of the 1.6 million likes the pics have already amassed, fans seem to agree that her look was definitely on point.