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Originally posted 08/28/2013 03:00PM
If you want to have the best Halloween ever, Martha Stewart can make your wish come true.
Over the years, she's morphed into a spellbinding sorceress, a golden goddess, a glam vampire – even Medusa for the Oct. 31 holiday. "This year, I have been transformed into Fairy GrandMartha," the domestic diva, 72, tells PEOPLE of her annual autumn makeover, which will be featured on the cover of her magazine's Halloween issue. (See behind-the-scenes photos of the cover shoot and the final result above.)
Originally posted 10/31/2012 01:35PM
Clowning around is nothing new for Pink.
The pop star, 33, used Wednesday's holiday as an excuse to bring out some of the most memorable Halloween costumes from her childhood.
"It wasn't Bob Mackie, but it was pretty fabulous," she wrote in a caption that accompanied one of the shots she posted on Instagram. "I was always a clown!!!!"
Originally posted 10/29/2012 06:00AM
Happy (almost) Halloween!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West celebrated Halloween early when Kardashian hosted the 2nd Annual Midori Green Halloween at Avenue in New York City on Saturday.
Kardashian's friends La La Anthony, Simon Huck, Carla DiBello and Joyce Bonelli also attended.
Dressed as a mermaid – with a blonde wig valued at more than $2,000! – all eyes were on Kardashian.
Originally posted 10/11/2012 05:15PM
Fergie needs your help!
The singer made her Instagram debut earlier this week by sharing a photo of herself wearing a long blonde wig and a kimono while contemplating Halloween costumes.
"What ever am I going 2 b 4 #Halloween this year? #costume," she wrote.
Originally posted 11/02/2011 05:55AM
Conan O'Brien celebrated his return to New York over dinner with his crew at Isabella's on New York's Upper West Side. The comedian, who's filming a week's worth of his late-night show, Conan, at the Beacon Theater, joined the festivities on the later side, though he did enjoy a relaxed dinner complete with cocktails and wine. When it was over, O'Brien picked up the tab – then snapped pictured with his servers, who were dressed in Halloween costumes. – Lesley Messer
Originally posted 11/02/2011 05:55AM
Mom-to-be Beyoncé was buzzing around Kanye West's Halloween bash in N.Y.C. – dressed as a bumble bee! She showed up at the bash inside supper club The Darby with her sister Solange, and the ladies mingled with partygoers like Naomi Campbell. When Beyoncé wasn't hitting the dance floor with her sister, she grooved in her seat as DJ Mick Boogie spun, then continued her celebration well into the early morning. – Carlos Greer
Originally posted 11/01/2011 05:55AM
Getting into the Halloween spirit or just out for a fun afternoon? A single Leonardo DiCaprio and good friend Kevin Connolly did some last minute costume shopping together at the Spirit Halloween pop-up shop in West Hollywood. The two pals tried on a variety of monster and ghoul masks, and they hung around for a while checking out the scene. In the end, though, the line was too long, so they decided to hit the road empty-handed. – Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 10/12/2011 05:55AM
Boo! Glee's Chris Colfer and Ashley Fink faced their fears during a spin on the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride over the weekend. Colfer gripped his costar tightly throughout the ride – and was practically in her lap by the time the trip was over. He later Tweeted about the experience, writing, "That's the last time I ever let @Ashley_Fink convince me to go on a Haunted Hayride! I taught the 5-year-old next to me so many new words."
Also there to enjoy a scare? Lauren Conrad, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and some pals, who used glowsticks to light their way through a haunted maze, and Nikki Reed, who cozied up to fiancé Paul McDonald during a magic show. – Jessica Wedemeyer
Originally posted 10/05/2010 06:05AM
Dracula and Frankenstein, move over. And take the Wolfman with you.
That unholy trio, made famous by Universal Studios in the 1930s and '40s, no longer scare up the screams they used to, which may explain why the Universal Studios theme park in Orlando has some other cool ghouls up its sleeve. Fiendish. Demonic. And, for those with a taste for true blood, wildly popular.
On special nights during the month, the park is being turned upside down for an after-hours event that calls for 1,000 scare-actors (pronounced "scharacters") to go bump in the night and frighten visitors to the Universal Orlando Resort's 20th annual Halloween Horror Nights, featuring eight walk-through haunted houses and six "scarezones," as well as two live shows. Make that, undead shows.
A word of warning: The houses are realistic and scary. Especially one aptly named "Hades."
Originally posted 10/30/2009 09:00AM
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