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Katherine McNamara, Darci Lynne Farmer & A Bunch Of The Best Celeb Halloween Costumes You Missed

Katherine McNamara, Darci Lynne Farmer & A Bunch Of The Best Celeb Halloween Costumes You Missed

Katherine McNamara and Darci Lynne Farmer are just two of the celebs who had some of the most amazing costumes for Halloween this year.

The former Shadowhunters star’s costume was fairly simple as Where’s Waldo, and Darci Lynne‘s was fierce as Riverdale‘s Jughead Jones for the annual holiday last night.

Other stars’ costumes you might’ve missed include Baby Ariel, Liza Koshy, Veronica Merrell, Cameron Boyce, Jordan Doww, JoJo Siwa and many more.

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Zendaya Addresses Why She Doesn't Dress Up For Halloween

Zendaya Addresses Why She Doesn't Dress Up For Halloween

A lot of fans might have this same question – why doesn’t Zendaya dress up for Halloween?

We all know that her costume, if she chose to wear wore, would be absolutely amazing – however, there’s a good reason she doesn’t.

Zendaya explained to fans today on her Instagram Stories and on Twitter that she dresses up for a living and doesn’t really see the need to do it again just for Halloween.

“You see, the misconception is that I don’t like Halloween…I love Halloween, I just like watching OTHER people dress up,” she explained. “I dress up for a living…I’m good lol.”

Vanessa Hudgens Made A Halloween Costume Out of A Box!

Vanessa Hudgens Made A Halloween Costume Out of A Box!

If you’re looking for a last minute Halloween costume, Vanessa Hudgens could give you an idea you’ve never even thought of before – a box!

The 29-year-old actress showed off her unique Alice in Wonderland costume on Instagram this week, and revealed that a part from the actual Alice dress, she made the thing out of her Amazon box!

Vanessa created the Amazon Boxtume this year as a finishing touch to her look.

“When Alice grows to be too big for the house,” she captioned the pic on Instagram.

If you don’t know, “boxtumes” are costumes made from Amazon Smile boxes and supplies around the house and the brilliant thing is that anyone can make one.

Check out the full pic below!

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Lili Reinhart & Camila Mendes Are Doing a Couples Costume For Halloween

Lili Reinhart & Camila Mendes Are Doing a Couples Costume For Halloween

When you think of couples costumes for Halloween, you usually think of a couple – but it’s even better when you do one with your BFF; and even better when you learn that Riverdale stars Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes are planning their couples costumes right now!

Lili, 22, revealed on Twitter this afternoon and she and Camila, 24, would be doing their own couples costume this year and now we can’t wait to see them!

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“Don’t want to get anyone overly excited… but… @CamilaMendes and I have a very special Halloween couples costume this year,” Lili teased fans on Twitter.

And yes, there have been some amazing suggestions in the replies.

“Netflix & Chill ? Ketchup and Mustard ? Spongebob and Patrick ? Betty & Jughead ?” one fan guessed.

But this one is the best:

Auli'i Cravalho Weighs In on 'Moana' Halloween Costumes & Cultural Appropriation

Auli'i Cravalho Weighs In on 'Moana' Halloween Costumes & Cultural Appropriation

Every Halloween season there’s definitely a few costumes that are deemed culturally inappropriate – however, Moana shouldn’t be one of them, according to Auli’i Cravalho.

The 17-year-old actress, who voiced the Polynesian heroine in the animated movie, chatted with People about the issue.

“I think it’s absolutely appropriate,” Auli’i shared. “It’s done in the spirit of love and for Disney and for the little ones who just want to dress up as their favorite heroine, I’m all for it.”

She continued, “I would encourage anyone who wants to dress up as a wayfinder who journeys beyond her reef to figure out who she truly is, I totally support you. Go for it! Parents can dress up as Moana, too.”

Auli’i adds that Moana speaks to young children of all backgrounds, just like her Disney Princess predecessors before her: “I think each of the Disney princesses are just pretty reflective of their time. This day in age, we definitely need a heroine who is the hero of her own story, who journeys beyond what her parents have done, who breaks the mold.”

“That’s what we need right now and hopefully what we will continue to see later on, but there’s still things to be learned from other Disney princesses that we’ve come from. It’s just like our parents: We’re not like our parents and yet we can see the similarities and differences. We can always be grateful for what we’ve learned from.”