No one enjoys Halloween more than your favorite celebrities.
You can tell that Sean “Diddy” Combs goes all in for Halloween. This year, the Hip-Hop mogul got dressed us as The Joker of Batman infamy, and he absolutely snapped.
Megan Thee Stallion stays booked and busy.
Michael Meyers is still running around in a white man mask killing people but apparently his number is about to be up as Halloween Ends promises to be his final swan song.
Halloween has come and as expected celebrities did the most over the weekend. While not everyone got it right some clearly understood the assignment. https://www.instagram.com/p/CVtTW_fveo9/
While Rihanna didn't give us an extravagant high-fashion sendup on All Hallow's Eve, she did replicate Gunna's New York Fashion Week fit with expert ease.
The curvy model and fashion ambassador spent big bucks to bring her Beyoncé-themed video to life.
The directorial debut from Remi Weekes stars Wunmi Mosaku and Sope Dirisu as South Sudanese refugees who take up a home just outside of London.
Halloween has always been a holiday to live out your costume fantasies, so of course celebrities utilized the opportunity to pay homage to some of their fellow famous friends.
Ciara and Russell Wilson decided to get into the Halloween spirit by honoring Hip-Hop royalty.
Earlier this month, NetherRealm announced Mortal Kombat 11 was getting a bevy of updates coming to the game, including the new character The Terminator T-800. Today (Oct.17), MK11 will get spooky thanks to a free Halloween themed in-game event.
The Carters are once again breaking the Internet, this time with a joint Halloween costume that pays homage to a pair of track and field legends. Beyoncé came to slay as the late Florence Griffith Joyner, better known as Flo Jo, while Jay-Z killed the game by coming in dressed as Tommie Smith.