This Halloweekend, celebrities rocked spotless renditions of several jaw-dropping looks.
Actresses like Keke Palmer, Rebel Wilson and Megan Fox tapped into their creativity for their 2022 Halloween costumes, while singers like Ariana Grande, Chlöe Bailey and Lizzo used their artistic abilities to "wow" their fans with stunning costumes. But others like Paris Hilton and Addison Rae also came to the table with their own eye-catching creations for Halloween.
For 2022, superheroes such as Mystique and Storm, as well as fairytale characters like Rapunzel and Ariel were popular choices among stars for costumes.
Yahoo Canada has gathered a list of some of the best celebrity Halloween costumes we've seen this year.
Shawn Mendes as Indiana Jones and Winnie Harlow as Cleopatra
Lili Reinhart, Madelaine Petsch and Camila Mendes as the Witches from Hocus Pocus
The "Riverdale" trio dressed in updated yet fabulous looks based on Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy's witches from Hocus Pocus.
Jana Kramer as a Witch
Jana Kramer and her daughter Jolie twinned as matching witches while her son, Jace, went as Spiderman.
Janelle Monáe as Diva Plavalaguna
Janelle Monáe pulled off a stunning full-body transformation into the alien singer from "The Fifth Element."
Kylie Jenner as the Bride of Frankenstein
The makeup mogul paid homage to the 1935 film "Bride of Frankenstein" in a custom Jean Paul Gauthier gown.
Lori Harvey as Beyoncé
Model Lori Harvey recreated the superstar's look from her 2003 "Me, Myself, and I" music video.
Vanessa Hudgens as Black Swan
Vanessa Hudgens recreated the iconic feathered look from the 2010 thriller movie.
Halle Bailey as Neytiri from "Avatar"
Halle Bailey revealed she "always wanted to be an Avatar" on Instagram.
Olivia Rodrigo as Betty Boop
Olivia Rodrigo dresses up as Betty Boop for Halloween. pic.twitter.com/XkPR8MBfY9
— Pop Base (@PopBase) October 30, 2022
Olivia Rodrigo looked red hot as the animated cartoon character created by Max Fleischer.
Keke Palmer as Rapunzel
Keke Palmer showed off beautiful dark braided locks as Rapunzel.
Kendall Jenner as Jessie
Kendall Jenner tapped into "Toy Story 2" character, Jessie the Yodelling Cowgirl.
Kim Kardashian as Mystique
Kim Kardashian didn't hold back when it came to transforming into "X-Men" character, Mystique.
North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm West as Music Icons
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's four kids, North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, all went as some of the biggest names in music. North stunned as R&B singer Aaliyah, Saint rocked a Snoop Dogg fit, Chicago transformed into Nigerian-born singer Sade Adu and Psalm gave fans a miniature Eazy E look.
Chlöe Bailey as Storm
Chlöe Bailey churned up her creativity to turn into "X-Men" member, Storm.
Rebel Wilson as a Barbie Doll
Megan Fox as Pamela Anderson and Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee
Paris Hilton as Sailor Moon
Addison Rae as Lady Gaga
Lizzo as Marge Simpson
Lizzo fully committed to dressing up as Marge Simpson from "The Simpsons."
Jojo Siwa as Draco Malfoy
Jojo Siwa joined the house of Slytherin for Halloween this year by becoming her own version of Draco Malfoy from the "Harry Potter" franchise.
Winnie Harlow as Ariel and Patrick Starrr as Ursula
Winnie Harlow wanted to pay homage to Halle Bailey, who's starring in Disney's upcoming live-action film "The Little Mermaid," by dressing up as Ariel. But she teamed up with Patrick Starrr, who stunned as Ursula, to complete the transformation.
Ariana Grande and Elizabeth Gillies as "Best In Show" characters
Apparently getting a head start on Halloween by dressing in May, "Victorious" co-stars Ariana Grande and Elizabeth Gillies dressed as characters from the dog show mockumentary "Best In Show." Grande tackled the role of trophy wife Sherri Ann Cabot, played by Jennifer Coolidge in the film, along with roles played by Eugene Levy and Linda Kash. Gillies imitated characters played by Jane Lynch, Catherine O'Hara and Larry Miller.
Hayley Kiyoko and Becca Tilley as Velma and Daphne
Latto as the Corpse Bride
Latto says she had "took much fun" dressing up as Corpse Bride from Tim Burton's 2005 stop-motion animation film.