Spooky season is here and the celebs are pulling out all the stops this year!
With Halloween this Sunday, stars have taken to Instagram to share their incredible looks.
Some went down the glam route, like Perrie Edwards’s fairy outfit, and Maura Higgins channelling Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
Others made the occasion a family affair, with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, and Ryan Thomas and Lucy Mecklenburgh all dressed up as The Addams Family – kids included.
Some were just straight-up terrifying – with some Squid Game costumes also thrown into the mix alongside Megan Thee Stallion’s Hellraiser tribute and Ashley Roberts and Amanda Holden becoming the twins from the Shining.
Take a look at the most iconic celebrity Halloween costumes of 2021.
Frankie Bridge looked fierce as she rocked up to Loose Women in a Wonder Woman costume, complete with shield and knee-high boots.
Meanwhile, Ryan Thomas and fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh dressed their whole clan up as the Addams Family, with daughter Scarlett pulling off Wednesday perfectly.
We predict many Squid Game costumes this year – with Lee Yoo-Mo (who plays Ji-yeong in the record-breaking series) dressing up as the famous killer doll.
TV presenter Laura Whitmore matched with her pals as she donned a purple dress and ginger wig to become Daphne from Scooby Doo.
Rylan managed to look both glam and creepy in a velvet black suit and dark eye make-up, while Mindy Kaling celebrated her favourite comedians with several costumes.
Megan Thee Stallion certainly got the memo this year, as she went all out in latex and spikes for a shocking Hellraiser look.
The rapper’s outfit was a far cry from TikTok sensation Charli D’Amelio’s, as she honoured Lady Gaga in a sequin leotard and chunky boots.
Since the coronavirus pandemic thwarted most people’s Halloween plans last year, it seems the costumes this year are even more iconic!
We can’t wait to see what 2022 brings.
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