It's that time of year again. From Kim Kardashian to Heidi Klum, Hollywood stars love the A-list Halloween. And while some love to go out for a vacation and be reminded of their towering looks, there are some stars who remember they took their costumes a step too far. Whether offensive, confusing, or downright boring, here are some of the worst celebrity Halloween costumes.
Tara Reid's sexy Santa Claus costume
Chris Brown as a Terrorist
The singer turned her head as he turned around dressed in a so-called terrorist costume from 2012. According to Billboard, Brown had posted a photo on his Instagram page in which he and four his friends were dressed in long robes adorned with ball-straps, turbans, and belts. False beards The singer standing in the middle of the picture also held a seemingly assault rifle over his head. The controversial photo was titled "None of my clique" regarding the song "Clique" by Kanye West, Big Sean and Jay Z. Since then, Brown's photo has been deleted on Instagram and Twitter pages.
Hilary Duff and Jason Walsh as Indians and Pilgrims
Similar to Tara Reid, Hilary Duff and her then boyfriend Jason Walsh turned up at the annual Casamigos Halloween Party on October 29, 2016 with another holiday. The former couple dressed as Indians and pilgrims for the Hollywood Soiree – and immediately received a counterpart to their tony-toned costume. Duff turned to the costume one day after the party and apologized for the look. In a tweet to the fans, she wrote on October 30 : "I'm so sorry for people I insulted with my costume, it was not well thought out and I'm really starting from scratch [heart emoji,]] Sorry. "
Ryan Seacrest's Boring Phantom of the Opera
Some celebrities may overdo it on Halloween, while others just want to do the bare necessities. For the lazy look Ryan Seacrest decided in 2013, when he participated in the Casamigos Halloween Bash with a "Phantom of the Opera" mask with a normal suit and bowler hat. If the television mogul took off his mask, he could easily have appeared on a red carpet for his next hosting appearance.
Julianne Hough as Crazy Eyes of "Orange Is The New Black"
The former judge "Dancing with the Stars" was slammed in 2013 for her Blackface Halloween costume after posing as Uzo Aduba's Crazy Eyes character from the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black." "disguised. The dancer dressed in an orange prison outfit put on a dark face and sprayed hair to portray the famous TV character. After Hough was attacked for the controversial costume, Hough apologized to the fans on Twitter and said, "I'm a big fan of the show, Orange is the new black actress Uzo Aduba and the character she created, it certainly was not mine Intent to be disrespectful or in any way humiliating, I realize that my costume hurts and offends people, and I really apologize. "Aduba later commented on the incident and told E! Messages: "I think it may have been an unfortunate event, but she apologized and I feel we can all continue."
Britney Spears and Friends as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The famous singer she just announced The new residence in Las Vegas, "Domination", once dressed as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for Halloween. Spears, of course, was Snow White, wearing something that looked like a simple, store-bought costume, while seven of her backup dancers were portraying The Dwarfs and sporting caps with the given dwarf names were taped to it. Although the costume idea was a cute one, the "Pieces of Me" singer and her team could have performed the somewhat boring, ragged costume a little better
Luann de Lesseps as Diana Ross
Last year solved Luann de Lesseps, "Real Housewives of New York," has been controversial in the social media after being slightly darker for her Diana Ross Halloween costume. The reality star wore a whit The jumpsuit, bold jewelry and a huge wig to channel the famous singer, but some thought the skin color would make the gaze go a little too far. The controversy was raised in the final season of the Bravo show, in which the comrade Carole Radziwill De Lesseps called for the look. After the black-face commentary scandal by Megyn Kelly, which led to the television host's show being canceled earlier this week, Radziwill Kelly referred to the Halloween episode "Housewives" via Twitter. Although De Lesseps denied that her costume was a black face, she apologized for insulting people during an April episode of What What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
Prince Harry as a Nazi
One of the most famous Halloween looks, which was intensively studied by the public, was Prince Harry's Nazi costume. In 2005, a 20-year-old Harry was photographed with a red Nazi band on his arm while holding a cigarette and a drink at a party. The famous photo brought the king in hot water with not only the public, but also with several Jewish groups and organizations, the New York Times and other outlets reported. The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, who is now the American actress Meghan Markle, formally apologized for the costume and said he was "very sorry if I insulted or embarrassed someone. It was a bad costume choice and I apologize. "