Halloween Costumes: Celebrity Dress-Up, Unique Ideas & Funny Kids

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23rd Oct, 2010

A for Effort, Heidi Klum


Kim Kardashian didn’t have to do very much to look like Disney’s Jasmine from Aladdin


Anne Hathaway is super-chic as Cleopatra

Fashion Designer does Fashion Designer: Roberto Cavalli as Karl Lagerfeld

Audrina Partridge from MTV’s The Hills does a very good 80s Madonna impersonation

Teri Hatcher goes all out as The Queen of Hearts

Model Nina Dobrew as a very pretty pirate

Looking good! Wilmer Valderama as a “retro” cop

Lo Bosworth from MTV’s The Hills looks adorable as Little Red Riding Hood

Not a celebrity that I can account for but a guest at Heidi Klum’s Anuual Halloween Bash that I thought did Julia Roberts as Pretty Woman to a T!

With so many girls dressing up like hookers anyway on Halloween, why not actually dress up as the real deal?!

‘Cowboys and Indians’ – Cute couple, John Legend and Girlfriend

Once again, the Queen of Halloween, Heidi Klum as Betty Boop

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MESSY NESSY’S TOP 3 PICKS FOR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 2010


A Roy Lichtenstein Painting

Get creative with your make-up bag

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Frida Kalo

Because we admire her style but that monobrow is enough to scare anyone away…

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Jessica Rabbit

If you’ve got the curves to intimidate…

(Who else but Heidi Klum does the sexiest cartoon in history, above)

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DON’T FORGET THE KIDS!

Baby Lobster!

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Nacho Libre Jr

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Homeless person.

I don’t quite know what to say about this little one but I’d like to meet his parents.

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Umpa Lumpa

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM MESSYNESSYCHIC! 

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE THIS ARTICLEStuff That Scared the Crap out of Me as a Kid. PLUS! 15 Unique Ideas for a Halloween Feast.


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