Guess What Your Favorite Southern Celeb Will Be for Halloween
Our favorite Southern celebs have a way with Halloween. They love dressing up for parties and trick-or-treating just as much as we do. We can’t wait to see what they dress up as for Halloween this year, so we’re taking a walk down memory lane with their Halloween costumes from years past. Creating a Halloween costume can be daunting, but these Southern celebs are pros. Makeup? Check. Costume? Check. They are ready to dazzle, and sometimes they are ready to scare and give you a fright. A real fright. From mythical creatures to iconic pop stars, our favorite Southern celebrities are good at choosing Halloween costumes (and costumes for couples) that are sure to be contenders at any office or family holiday party. Will we see a repeat of last year’s Halloween costumes from our favorite celebs? Maybe! Keep your eyes peeled for these costumes walking around the neighborhood—you may end up running into a celebrity on Halloween night. Trick or treat? Treat, definitely!
Beyonce and Blue Ivy Carter
Houston native Beyoncé and her daughter, Blue Ivy, dressed as pop royalty—Janet and Michael Jackson—for Halloween. We’re thinking a sing-along to “Thriller” is in order.
Photo via @Beyonce
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum
This duo took a page from Dr. Seuss’ book for their coordinating Halloween costumes, The Cat(s) in the Hat.
Evan Rachel Wood
The actress from Raleigh, North Carolina, dressed up as the notorious maid from Rocky Horror Picture Show, a cult classic perfect for re-watching on October 31.
This Memphis native got her Halloween costume inspiration from a classic horror film, Rosemary’s Baby.
The 2000s pop culture phenom dressed as a mummy while preparing to become a mommy.
Photo via @jessicasimpson
This country music queen made a convincing unicorn while attending a festive Halloween party.
Photo via @leannrimes
This Memphis girl dressed as Twitter, her favorite social media platform—here’s hoping her Halloween fun was longer than 140 characters.
Photo via @lucyhale
Always a classic, the country star’s Rosie the Riveter costume does its part for the war effort.
Photo via @mirandalambert
We think the country music-turned-pop star created her own mythical creature for last year’s Halloween. Have you seen any pegacorns wandering around Nashville lately?
Photo via @taylorswift
Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins
Country singer Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren Akins dressed as the wizarding duo Harry Potter and Hermione Granger for a magical Halloween.
Photo via @thomasrhettakins