Ciara Slays As TLC, Reginae Channels Lil Kim And More Jaw Dropping Celeb Halloween Costumes

Plus, Saweetie partners up with Halle Berry and more.

Some celebrities went all out with their Halloween costumes this year. Here are a few that caught our eye on social media.

For John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Halloween was a family affair--the Addams Family. They went the extra mile to bring to life the spooky TV family that loves this time of year.

In this video, Legend says, “Addams Family rehearsal going beautifully.”

Rapper Cardi B. also channeled Morticia Addams, stylishly wearing what appears to be a funeral outfit and posing with two funeral limousines.

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Not to be outdone, Megan Thee Stallion showed off her Pinhead costume from the icon horror film Hellraiser.

“Pain has a face. Allow me to show you. Gentlemen I am pain #hottieween,” Megan captioned her photo.

This year, basketball superstar LeBron James slam dunks his impersonation of one of the most iconic characters in the horror genre, Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street.

“Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones But Nothing Will Ever Kill Me, SWEET DREAMS,” King James wrote.

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On a sweet note, Vanessa Bryant and family decided to trick-or-treat as characters from 101 Dalmations, with Bryant pulling off an awesome Cruella di Vil.

Ciara said decided to honor her hometown girls, TLC.

“Their swag was on another level. One of the best female groups of all time! This was so much fun!” she captioned her post.

Saweetie’s Catwoman costume caught Halle Berry’s attention in this hilarious skit. The actress played the role of the sexy feline in the 2004 film Catwoman.

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