It's that time of year again. From Kim Kardashian to Heidi Klum, the famous Hollywood celebrities love Halloween. And while some love to party because of the disguise and are remembered for their exaggerated appearance, there are some stars that are remembered for wearing their costumes a step too far. Whether they were offensive, confusing or boring, here is a list of some of the worst Halloween costumes for celebrities.
The sexy Santa Claus costume by Tara Reid
In 2016, the star of "Sharknado" took the sexy idea of disguise to a different season when he dressed up as a sexy version of Santa Claus. While the Christmas theme is not necessarily unpleasant or offensive, the sexy winter look is more confusing. The improvised costume, which consisted of a red bra with matching skirt, plastic heels and a white boa, became a dancer in Las Vegas more than in Santa Claus.
Chris Brown as a terrorist
The singer went crazy when he dressed in what was said to be a terrorist disguise in 2012. According to Billboard at the time, Brown posted a photo on his Instagram page with him and four of his friends dressed in long tunics with accessories. . Bullet casting belts, turbans and false beards. The singer, who was in the middle of the picture, was also holding what appeared to be an assault rifle on his head. The controversial photo was titled, "It's nobody with my clique," in reference to the song "Clique," by Kanye West, Big Sean and Jay Z. Since then, the photo has been removed from Brown & # 39; s. Instagram pages and Twitter.
Hilary Duff and Jason Walsh as an Indian and a Pilgrim
Like Tara Reid, Hilary Duff and her then boyfriend, Jason Walsh, showed up at Casamigos' annual Halloween party on October 29, 2016 with a different holiday in mind. The former couple dressed as a Native American and a pilgrim for the Hollywood evening, and received an instant reaction to their disguise as deaf. Duff went to the costume one day after the party and apologized for the appearance. In a tweet to the fans on October 30. she wrote"I am very sorry for the people I offended with my disguise, it was not thought correctly and I am really, from the bottom of my [heart emoji,] sorry."
The boring ghost of Ryan Seacrest's opera
Some celebrities like to go to the top for Halloween, while others just want to do the minimum. The lazy look is what Ryan Seacrest looked for in 2013 when he attended the Casamigos Halloween party with a "Phantom of the Opera" mask in a normal suit and a bowler hat. If the television mogul removed his mask, he could have easily appeared on a red carpet, ready for his next concert as host.
Julianne Hough as Crazy Eyes from "Orange Is The New Black"
The former judge of "Dancing with the Stars" was criticized for her black face Halloween costume in 2013, after she dressed up as the Uzo Aduba Crazy Eyes character from the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black". Dark face and hair painted with spray to portray the famous television character. After being attacked by the controversial disguise, Hough apologized to fans on Twitter and said: "I'm a big fan of the show" Orange is the New Black ", the actress Uzo Aduba, and the character that she It's certainly never been my intention, to be disrespectful or demeaning to anyone, I realize that my disguise hurts and offends people and I really apologize. " Aduba later commented on the incident and told E! News: "I think maybe it was an unfortunate event, but he apologized and I feel we can all move on."
Britney Spears and her friends like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The famous singer who just announced his new home in Las Vegas, "Domination", once dressed in Snow White and the seven dwarfs for Halloween. Spears was, of course, Snow White and wore what looked like a simple shop-bought costume, while seven of her backup dancers portrayed the dwarves and wore beanie hats with their dwarf names written on them with a ribbon. Although the idea of the costumes was beautiful, the singer of "Pieces of Me" and her team could have executed the disguise a bit boring and a little better.
Luann's Lesseps as Diana Ross
Last year, "The real housewives of New York," Luann de Lesseps sparked a controversy on social media after she put on a darker skin for her Halloween costume Diana Ross. The star of reality wore a white suit, a daring jewelry and a huge wig to channel the famous singer, but some thought that the color of her skin was taking the appearance a bit too far. The controversy was addressed in the most recent season of the Bravo program, where his co-star Carole Radzi invoked De Lesseps for the look. After the comment scandal of the black face of Megyn Kelly, that took to that the television program was canceled earlier this week, Radziwill recommended to Kelly the episode of Halloween "Amas de casa". through Twitter. Although De Lesseps denied that his costume was blackface, he apologized for offending people in an April episode of "What's Happens Live with Andy Cohen."
Prince Harry as a Nazi
One of the most famous Halloween looks that was widely analyzed by the public was the Nazi costume of Prince Harry. In 2005, Harry, 20, was photographed wearing a red Nazi band on his arm while holding a cigarette and a drink at a party. The famous photo landed the king in hot water, not only with the public, but with various Jewish groups and organizations, as reported by The New York Times and other media. The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, who is now married to American actress Meghan Markle, gave a formal apology for the disguise and said he was "very sorry if it caused offense or embarrassment to anyone." It was a bad choice of wardrobe and I apologize. "