Kelly dressed up as Bette Midler's character, Winifred Sanderson, from Hocus Pocus and gave a rousing rendition of "I Put a Spell on You" for a 2019 episode of her daytime talkshow. Check out these 18 Hocus Pocus costume ideas to try this Halloween. Blake, along with Jimmy Fallon, Chris Tartaro, and Nick Offerman, donned chicken costumes as The Chickeneers for a 2013 episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Halloween was maybe the only activity sartorially unaffected by Covid-19 last year. While indoor costume parties had to move to the backyard (with appropriate distance), there were plenty of face-covering outfits to make the occasion not feel too out of place. This year, the indoor costume party is back on, and while you’ve had a whole year to think of a creative pop-culture costume ideas, you’re probably just gonna buy something cheap at the last minute anyway.
Bring on the spooky corn mazes and haunted houses!
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Halloween will be "just like senior year, except for funner!"
When it comes to Halloween, an afternoon complete with creative costumes and lots of candy is pretty much a given for those with little ones. Start the day with some spooky Halloween food—deviled eyeballs, anyone? Then, when you think you've had your fill of candy corn cocktails, put on a killer playlist and round out the evening with a Halloween party.
It’s never too early to get into the spooky spirit!
There's a reason why these colors never go out of style.
According to History.com, the first Halloween celebrations can be traced back to the ancient Celts. During the Celtic festival of Samhain, it was customary for poor children to go door-to-door begging for food and money. Despite colonial New Englanders' awareness of Halloween, History.com explains that celebrations were very limited due to their strict Protestant beliefs.
Where my ghouls at?!
Any Halloween-lover knows that Halloween decorations are not limited to those that are just set-up inside your home. After all, your front door deserves a Halloween costume just as much as you do, especially since you'll give your fellow ghoul-loving neighbors the chance to admire your outdoor Halloween decorations as they pass or drive by. Maybe you want to turn your front door into a giant purple monster, or a morgue entrance, or a spooky cemetery passageway.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups regularly make the top of the list because, well, do we really need to explain? Right up there at the top is the satisfying, crowd-pleasing Snickers bar. If you can't get enough, try the almond, hazelnut, and peanut butter options.
A whole month of [trick or] treating yourself to classic Halloween flicks.
Answer: As OfficeHolidays.com points out, the term for having a deep fear of the holiday of Halloween is called 'Samhainophobia.' Answer: Manhattan's Greenwich Village has been hosting its annual Halloween parade for 47 years, each year going even more above and beyond than the previous one. Answer: Halloween wouldn't be the same without pumpkins, and thankfully, there are plenty of gourds to go around.
Your bag of candy is about to get an upgrade
Whether you're hanging faux cobwebs above your dining room table, rigging creepy crawlers to jump out at unsuspecting passersby, or getting cutesy with candy corn cutouts, putting up Halloween decorations can be almost as fun as celebrating the holiday itself. If you want to go beyond the expected Jack-o'-lantern, consider getting a bit more involved with these outdoor Halloween decorations. Remember that it's basically impossible to go too over the top on Halloween, so allow yourself to have fun and get creative.
Prepare to turn heads on your block.
People will hardly be-leaf you came up with these yourself. 😉
It's just around the corner, friends.