Hilarious pop culture Halloween costumes

Hilarious pop culture Halloween costumes

STAY CLASSY, HALLOWEEN: Characters from "Anchorman" are expected to be among 2013's most popular Halloween costumes. Photo: Associated Press, YouTube

Looking for some pop culture inspiration this Halloween? We’ve got you covered. Caution: Wear these now … by next year they’ll be old news. You can thank us when you win that costume contest!

1. Miley Cyrus & Robin Thicke from the VMAs.

Didn’t think a company would capitalize on Hannah Montana’s controversial twerking with Jason Seaver’s son? Think again. For $39.99 you can look like a troubled former Disney star or Beetlejuice. Foam finger sold separately. Yes, we’re serious.

2. Batman

Still upset about Ben Affleck being cast as the next Batman? Think you can do it better? Prove it. Bonus points if you combine a Batman costume with a Ben Affleck mask.

3. Walter White from “Breaking Bad”

Grab some blue rock candy and get your Walter White druglord look on with this “Breaking Bad” inspired costume.

4. Uncle Si from “Duck Dynasty”

Hey! With a little help from Target you can be Uncle Si from A&E’s “Duck Dynasty.”

5. Ron Burgundy from “Anchorman”

I’m Ron Burgundy? You can be too, with this complete look from retailers on Amazon. Accessorize the look with Baxter … and a nice glass of scotch and stay classy, San Diego.

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