All the Risqué, Inventive, and Hilarious Celeb Halloween Costumes of 2022

I personally sat out this Halloween weekend, but the same cannot be said for many celebrities. There were tons of different Hollywood parties and celebs spared no expense when it came to their costumes. My personal favorite? The ladies of Riverdale dressed as the Sanderson sisters from Hocus Pocus: Lili Reinhart as Sarah, Madelaine Petsch as Winifred, and Camila Mendes as Mary. 

At the annual Casamigos party, the Gerber-Crawfords were out in full force: Kaia went as The Matrix while Cindy dressed as a pirate. Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly also attended wearing costumes inspired by Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Scroll down to see the best celebrity Halloween costumes of 2022. 


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WHO: Lili Reinhart, Madelaine Petsch, and Camila Mendes


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WHO: Justin and Hailey Bieber


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WHO: Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly


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WHO: Paris Hilton 


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WHO: Mindy Kaling


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WHO: Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel 


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WHO: Olivia Rodrigo

WEAR: Self-Portrait dress and bag


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WHO: Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford


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WHO: Maude Apatow


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WHO: Joe Jonas


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WHO: Jessica Alba


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WHO: Normani


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WHO: Kaia Gerber

WEAR: Commando Faux Leather Fabric Leggings ($118)


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WHO: Winnie Harlow and Shawn Mendes


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WHO: Doja Cat


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WHO: Martha Hunt


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WHO: Presley Gerber and Lexi Wood

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