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PHOTOS: Celebrity Halloween costumes

PHOTOS: Celebrity Halloween costumes

Photo: Associated Press/Charles Sykes

Need a last minute Halloween costume idea? Check out these celebrities for some styling tips. They dress up for a living, so they should know what they’re doing.

1. Don’t be afraid to look terrifying. Pretty is overrated. WP-HeidiKlum3

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Heidi Klum looks fierce as a Hindu Goddess.


2. Don’t stick to normal fashion rules. No one can judge you. It’s Halloween! WP-Pink

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Pink channels every color as a sad clown.


3. Couples costumes are best when they’re random or weird. WP-ParisHiltonDougReinhardt

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Paris Hilton and Doug Reinhardt ditch the Barbie and Ken stereotype.


4. Channel your idols. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. WP-PerezHilton

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Perez Hilton hits the red carpet as Lady Gaga. We’re glad he skipped the Kermit dress.


5. Adding “zombie” to ANY other costume makes you clever and original. WP-RickFoxElizaDushku

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Rick Fox & Eliza Dushku are back for trouble as Zombie Bonnie & Clyde.


6. Dress for warmth. It’s October. Don’t forget that.WP-HeidiKlumSeal

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Heidi Klum and Seal team up as a couple of apes.


7. Adding animal ears justifies any outfit as a costume. WP-AshantiDouglas

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Ashanti probably got this leopard costume idea after watching Mean Girls.


8. Be topical. It shows you’re paying attention. WP-Fergie

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Fergie is Miss Universal Royalt but she COULD have turned this into a Honey Boo Boo costume. That would have been VERY topical… last year. Just go as Miley Cyrus this year.


9. Don’t underestimate body art. WP-KateUpton

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Kate Upton looks fierce AND feminine with these not-so-subtle paintings.


10. Be sparkly. It will be terrible tomorrow, but awesome today! WP-HeidiKlum2

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Look at Heidi Klum shine. Look at her!


11. When in doubt, fall back on a classic.WP-KimKardashian

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At least Kim Kardashian won’t have to explain her costume to partygoers.

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