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The Best, Most Creative Halloween Costumes From Your Favorite Celebrities

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Umm hi have you seen Lizzo as Ursula?

Halloween has come and gone and, just as always, celebrities have delivered with some really, really good costumes.

Nicky Hilton pulled a Kendall Jenner and dressed up as her sister Paris Hilton. Beyoncé payed homage to both Toni Braxton and track and field athlete Florence Griffith Joyner. Gabrielle Union proved that she’s “Just A Girl” by channeling ‘90s Gwen Stefani. Our favorite costume from this past weekend was Rita Ora as Post Malone. The singer surprised her fans and performed as the rapper during a show at Wembley Stadium in London. She has the artist down, from the “Always Tired” face tattoo to his mannerisms. But, our favorite from the actual holiday has to go to Lizzo who dressed up as Ursula (people really want Disney to cast her in the upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid).

There are a ton of other good ones though, which we’ve gathered below. Keep some ideas in your back pocket for next year. Halloween is only 364 days away, after all. 

Lizzo as Ursula


Rihanna as a skeleton


Kourtney Kardashian as Ariana Grande

Beyoncé and Jay Z as Florence Griffith Joyner and Tommie Smith


Saint West and Reign Disick in costumes from Kanye West's “I Love It” 


Kylie Jenner as Barbie


Janelle Monáe as Willy Wonka


Missy Elliott as Missy Elliott


Bella Hadid and The Weeknd as Beetlejuice and Lydia


Chrissy Teigen and John Legend as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip


Ciara and her family as the Black Panther cast


Jhené Aiko as Nisi in B*A*P*S


Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel as Legos


Lupita Nyong'o as Dionne from Clueless


Ty Dolla $ign and former NYLON September cover star Lauren Jauregui as The Joker and Harley Quinn

Lizzo as Sailor Moon

Halsey as Poison Ivy

Kendall Jenner as a Fembot from Austin Powers

Olivia Munn as Peik Lin from Crazy Rich Asians

Zoë Kravitz as a barely-awake vampire

Kaia Gerber as Joan Jett

Gabrielle Union as Gwen Stefani

Nicky Hilton as Paris Hilton

Teyana Taylor as Kitana

Harry Styles as Elton John

Lili Reinhart and NYLON July cover star Camila Mendes as Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro


Photos by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for The Trevor Project

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