Halloween brought out the vampires, vixens, and Homer Simpson. From “Classic Man” Game to Janelle Scissorhands, the stars got dressed up for the occasion with some sexy, silly, and downright scary costumes.
Chris Brown channeled his idol Michael Jackson, dressed as a werewolf from the “Thriller” video while hosting a Halloween party at Drai’s in Las Vegas. Across the country, Puff Daddy held court at his Emperor’s Ball at Marquee in New York.
Fabolous and his family brought Springfield to Brooklyn as America’s favorite animated family, The Simpsons. Loso was Homer, while Emily B was Marge and their kids were Bart, Maggie, and Lisa.
While her Barbz were dressing up as their idol, Nicki Minaj waved her wand and spread her magical powers as a fairy princess. Rihanna painted her face to look like a Day of the Dead skull with a blue wig, while Ashanti donned blue body makeup and went as Smurfette.
Iggy Azalea was a sexy cat (“I had to see what all the hype was about,” she said). Jhené Aiko had multiple costumes including a cheerleader vampire (her daughter’s idea), and Kim Kardashian opted to go as her pregnant self from the 2013 Met Gala.
There were also some cute couples costumes. Music’s royal couple, Jay Z and Beyoncé, were Prince Akeem of Zamunda and Lisa McDowell from Coming to America, while Fergie and husband Josh Duhamel went as designer Karl Lagerfeld and his cat Choupette. Ludacris and wife Eudoxie were an immortal warrior and Queen Artemisia from 300: Rise of an Empire.
While the adults were dressing up, the kids got in on the fun too. Kelly Rowland celebrated her son Titan’s first Halloween by dressing him as Mickey Mouse (mom was Minnie). Ciara’s baby Future was a police officer, and Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz’ baby boy Genesis celebrated his first Halloween as a lion.
There were some creative celebrity-inspired costumes as well. The Game channeled “Classic Man” Jidenna, while Remy Ma went as Janet Jackson’s character Justice from Poetic Justice. After dressing up as Lil’ Kim earlier in the week, Karrueche showed off her alternate Beyoncé costume. Keke Palmer paid tribute to Aaliyah from the “Try Again” video, B.o.B was Eazy-E, Tinashe was Snoop Dogg, and Usher was Questlove from The Roots.