In one of the most cursed years on record, celebrities reminded us that they are good at dressing up, and bad at reading the room. As the pandemic reached record infection rates around the world this Halloween weekend, un-masked stars flocked to Kendall Jenner's 25th birthday bash.

The event saw the Weeknd balloon into the Nutty Professor while Quavo and Saweetie joined forces for a "CRIPTIQUE" couples costume. Despite the suspicious social media ban, fans got a chance to see Kylie Jenner as a Mugler Cobra, Kendal as Pamela Anderson, and Jaden Smith in an oxygen mask (nice).

But the most chilling image of the night came as Kendall Jenner leaned over a masked server to blow out her candles. The very un-social-distanced event followed sister Kim Kardashian's five-day Tahitian island party which was estimated to cost around $1 million.

Thankfully, some celebrities just chose to dress up for the gram like the rest of us. Lil Nas X came through with the best Nicki Minaj transformation we've ever seen, while Ciara also took inspiration from the world of rap with an incredible Cardi B costume.

Earlier, Saweetie gifted us a pitch-perfect recreation of Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious" single cover – starring herself as all three members.

But it was Lizzo who delivered the most hilarious of them all, turning herself into a 2020 icon, the star of the vice presidential debate — the fly who sat in Mike Pence's hair. The "Truth Hurts" singer brought the costume to life with little wings, holoptic eyes, and a cute bodysuit. She even went to far as to recreate the fly's pose as it perched in Pence's hair.

Travis Scott had a far less salty take on the festivities. The "Highest in the Room" rapper delivered a convincing Bruce Wayne and Batman. And Scott's version of the superhero is completely decked out in Cactus Jack browns. The internet is a cruel place and after being dragged for looking like a cockroach, Scott deactivated his account.

Find our favorite celebrity Halloween costumes (so far) below.

Kanye West


Bella Hadid

Travis Scott

The Weeknd


Lil Nas X

Kylie Jenner

Cardi B

Kim Kardashian





Rico Nasty


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