Ariana Grande Won Halloween With Her Terrifying ‘Twilight Zone’ Costume

Ariana Grande
SplashNews

One of the best parts of Halloween is seeing how celebrities go all out with their costumes. And while there have been a number of insanely good looks this year, we would argue that Ariana Grande won last night with her creepy Twilight Zone costume.

After teasing that her costume was inspired by The Twilight Zone, the pop star shared eerie video clips unveiling her incredible transformation. Aside from her signature high ponytail, Grande is totally unrecognizable as a character from the sci-fi television show, one of her favorites, which aired from 1959-1964.

The costume is taken from the show’s “Eye of the Beholder” episode, in which a woman named Janet has a pig-like face like the one Grande sports. The episode is meant to be a commentary on beauty standards, a topic that continues to be relevant today.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

happy halloween’s eve 🖤

A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on

“Happy Halloween’s eve” she captioned a video clip of her costume reveal. She then shared a portrait giving a better look at her face prosthetics with the caption: “eye of the beholder..” The transformation is truly impressive.

“Final procedure was a success,” she said alongside the final photo. The singer’s costume also appears to include a black cocktail dress, black feather boa, diamond jewelry, and a cigarette that we’re assuming is fake.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

eye of the beholder 👁 🖤

A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on

Grande is the latest star to debut a seriously show-stopping Halloween costume this year, more of which you can see here. However, we’re going to go ahead and say that she totally killed it.

Is she the new Queen of Halloween? Let’s see what you’ve got, Heidi Klum!

You might also like: The Most Popular Halloween Costumes Of 2019, According To Google Searches

Instagram Feed Instagram Feed Instagram Feed Instagram Feed Instagram Feed Instagram Feed

Newsletter Signup

Sign up for our newsletter