The Good, The Bad And The Downright Ugly Celebrity Halloween Costumes Of 2016

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It’s that time of the year again and though Halloween is officially celebrated today, it hasn’t stopped the rich and famous from dressing up and heading out to play! Read on for a selection of the best, worst and most offensive celebrity Halloween costumes of 2016.

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The award for best Halloween costume would have to go to Katy Perry and her boyfriend British actor Orland Bloom. The cheeky pair went all out dressing up as Hillary and Bill Clinton. Perry has publicly supported Clinton throughout her Presidential campaign.

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Everyone’s talking about Kylie Jenner’s Dirrty Christina Aguilra costume. Even Christina was impressed with the accurate transformation.

Big sister Kourtney Kardashian kept it simple by dressing up as a classic zombie bride.

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Tara Reid seems to have confused the dates and came dressed in her Christmas attire instead. The American Pie actress has set tongues wagging once again as comments were made about her alleged eating disorder.

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Alessandra Ambrosio gave her best shot as the iconic Jessica Rabbit, but seems to have forgotten Heidi Klum smashed the same look a couple of years back. Word from the wise: don’t fix what ain’t broke Akessandra.

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Robin Thicke is still demoralizing women by the looks of it. The Blurred Lines singer turned up at the Casamigos Halloween bash in L.A dressed up as Richard Gere in Pretty Woman alongside his very own hooker. We recon Julia Roberts wore it better.

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Bette Middler brought back happy memories for 90s kids by dressing up as her bewitching character cult Halloween flick Hocus Pocus.

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And the award for the most controversial costume goes to Hillary Duff and her partner, who for some reason thought it would be a good idea to dress up as a Native American and pilgrim. After some serious backlash and hateful Twitter comments, Duff and her partner made an online apology.

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