See Kanye West, Saweetie, Lil Nas X, Lizzo and More Go All Out for Halloween 2020

Celebrities went all out this year, with Saweetie and Flo Milli's reimaginations of early 2000s icons, Lil Nas X's Barbz allegiance, and more.

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Undeterred by the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrities still showed up and showed out for Halloween this year.

The navigation around lockdowns and strict social gathering restrictions has proven difficult for 2020, especially in its most popular seasons like summertime. But costumes are still stay-at-home friendly, and some of Hollywood's biggest names took full advantage of that. From nods to the contemporary ladies of rap from the R&B circle, to nostalgic pop culture recreations, to homages for early 2000s icons, and even ambiguous ensembles, Hollywood brought out their best for this year's spooky season. 

We’ve rounded up some of the most iconic that celebrities had to offer, including the Kardashian-West family, Lil Nas X, Ciara, Saweetie, and more who flaunted their creative costumes on social media.

Kanye West's Abstract Personification of His Presidential Campaign

Kanye West dressed up in an all-blue suit in what seemingly is a celebration of his presidential campaign. He donned a purple “Kanye 2020 Vision” baseball cap and captioned his photo, “captioned his photo, “2020 Vision.”

Flo Milli's Full-Blown Homage to Left Eye

Saweetie's Flawless Reimagining of Destiny's Child

Saweetie played the role of every Destiny’s Child member—Beyoncé, Michelle Williams, and Kelly Rowland—in her reimagining of the “Bootylicious” cover art and music video.

Kim Kardashian and Her Family's Recreation of the 'Tiger King' Cast

Kylie Jenner's 'Power Rangers' Transformation

Lizzo's Hilarious Recreation of the Fly on Mike Pence's Head

Ciara's Salute to Ladies of Rap, Including Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Nicki Minaj

Ciara celebrated with multiple costumes, compiling iconic looks from Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Nicki Minaj in their respective eras. Cardi and Meg also praised Ciara’s efforts.

She and Russell Wilson also recreated Janet Jackson and Busta Rhymes' looks from the rappers music video for 1998 song “What’s It Gonna Be?!”


— pussy (@LilNasX) October 31, 2020

Beyoncé's Classic Skeleton Reincarnation

Travis Scott's Elaborate Impression of The Dark Knight

Tyga's Take on 'Tiger King'

Quavo and Saweetie's Impeccable Couple's Costume as The Beast and Mystique

Remy Ma and Papoose's Zombie Family Takeover

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