Stars enjoy Halloween just as much as you and I, and this year, celebrities went all out to celebrate the scariest night of the year. It doesn’t matter which side of the pumpkin you’re on, you’ll definitely get a kick out of seeing your favourite celebs go crazy for Halloween in the best ways possible.
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” the fresh-faced actress pulled off this costume so well, she could probably land a job at Disneyland. Yvonne posted this snap of her and her bff Fish Leong to the gram along with the caption, “Halloween so much fun.” The yummy mummy, who is based in Taiwan with her husband and two kids, has been spending time catching up with her aforementioned bestie.
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The Taiwanese actress and her brood went all out for All Hallows’ Eve. Alyssa dressed as a “devil who wears Chanel,” her two-year-old daughter Bubu dressed as Minnie Mouse and her one-year-old daughter Si-yu dressed as Snow White. We can’t decide who wore it better Si-yu or Yvonne.
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According to the Taiwanese singer, this is her version of a last minute, use-what-you-own costume. In her caption, the 43-year-old celeb revealed that she got dressed up for her two-year-old son, Dalton.
She conceded that while this isn’t the best costume: “all I want is for you (Dalton) to experience Halloween and look at me in admiration. When you grow up, you’ll realise that my costume isn’t that great (sorry Dalton, I was too busy to get dressed up, I’ll do a better job next year).” The gorgeous singer also added that her son wants her to dress up as Sally Carrera from Cars next Halloween. We’ll wait with bated breath to see the former in that costume!
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Talk about #squadghouls! While Zoe didn’t show up in a costume, the veteran actress celebrated one of the most frightful nights of the year at the haunted houses in Universal Studios Singapore.
The Queen of Caldecott Hill was accompanied by fellow entertainers Elvin Ng, Ian Fang, Rebecca Lim and Romeo Tan. Along with this snap, Zoe wished her fans a Happy Halloween and wrote this cheeky caption, “Whoooooooooo! whooooo…. Guess who’s the scaredy-cat?”
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Here’s another celeb who celebrated Halloween in Universal Studios. The charismatic crooner proved that he is the king of last minute costumes, sporting a gothic vampire inspired makeup.
Nathan completed his Halloween costume with an all-black ensemble and his hair gelled up. He took to the gram to post this selfie with the tongue-in-cheek caption, “hope you had a happy halloween, daddies. I know where all the darkest corners of your house are.”
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The SMTown Halloween Party is a yearly affair that has the label’s biggest artists going all out in their fancy dress efforts. South Korean girl group Girls’ Generation’s Yuri and boy band NCT’s Kun played matchy this Halloween.
The duo attended the SMTown Wonderland played tribute to the lovable minions from the Despicable Me franchise. From the classic overalls to the headgear, the K-pop stars nailed the super popular Halloween look.
The South Korean singer got dolled up at the SMTown Halloween Party with her Annabelle costume. Every year, Taeyeon tries to one-up herself with more makeup, spookier ideas, and even more creepily accurate costumes.
Last year, she got dressed as Nemo from “Finding Nemo,” this year, she conjured up fear with her fantastically elaborate makeup and Victorian frock.
Sure, Halloween candy is sweet, but giving back is even sweeter.
The local actress celebrated the spooktacular holiday together with her husband and fellow actor Christopher Lee and son Zed by raising money to help the fight against cancer.
She posted this snap to gram and wrote, “Together in pink. Join us in the fight against cancer #pinkpony 100% of the purchase price from the “live love” light pink t shirts will be donated to the Pink Pony Fund of The Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation or to an international network of cancer charities.”
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A far cry from her sweet Snow White get up from last year, Dee took the scary route this Halloween. Stepping into the night as Mavis from the animation “Hotel Transylvania,” the witty host donned a wig, jet black ensemble and a slick of oxblood lipstick.
Photo: Dee Hsu/Instagram