Top Five Celebrity Costumes of 2013
It’s the day after Halloween and my head is still spinning from all of the amazing celebrity Halloween costumes I saw this year! Or maybe I indulged on a little too much candy….
Anyway, let’s recap my top five favorite celebrity Halloween costumes of 2013!
Beyoncé drew inspiration from her song “Halo” as she attended a Halloween party in Australia wearing this simple-yet-sexy angel costume. It was cute, but I expected a little bit more.
Honey Boo Boo’s family went from hillbillies to Beverly Hills as they decked themselves as The Kardashian Family. There’s so much we love about this ensemble costume it’s hard to pick just one thing — but little Honey Boo Boo as Kris Jenner is priceless! Bravo!
3. Kelly Ripa & Michael Strahan as ‘KimYe’
Kelly Ripa might have to send Kim Kardashian the name of her makeup artist after appearing on Live With Kelly & Michael dressed as the reality star. Kelly managed to perfectly capture Kim’s signature glam and unique fashion while Michael completed the set as Kanye West. Not bad!
Miley Cyrus paid tribute to Lil Kim by recreating one of Kim’s most iconic ensembles from the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards. This costume takes a lot of confidence, so I applaud Miley for taking a risk — but then again did we really expect Miley Cyrus not to?
When Nicki Minaj appeared on Ellen earlier this year the ladies discussed Nicki’s dislike for bras. Ellen took that as inspiration for her costume and dressed up as a bra-less Nicki Minaj. It’s such a drastic look for Ellen, but she went all out — complete with enhanced um….assets.
Did you have a favorite celebrity Halloween costume this year? There were so many great ones to choose from. I’m going to have to step my game up next year!
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