Staring and Comparing: Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Nick Jonas performs as the Hamburglar during the 2015 Maxim Halloween Party at the Beverly Hills Estate in Beverly Hills, California, on October 24. Colin Young-Wolff/Invision/AP

As Halloween weekend approaches, candy bowls are being filled, spooky decorations are going up and costumes are being donned. Even the famous are finding their way into wigs and face paint ahead of the actual holiday for events like the UNICEF Halloween Ball, the Maxim Halloween Party and more. Some, like Kourtney Kardashian, go for the super, while others, like Chrissy Teigen and Kevin Durant, opt for the silly. Miranda Kerr chose sophisticated, while Nina Dobrev went for "Spice."

Check out some of the best early Halloween flair.


— Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) October 25, 2015

We're like "Hey, what's up? Hello," @ddlovato. We see what you did there.

— Cheezburger (@Cheezburger) October 28, 2015

Styled @nickjonas as the Hamburglar for the @MaximMag's 2015 Halloween Party. 🍔

— AVO (@AvoYermagyan) October 27, 2015

Freaks come out at night 👻 @IAMannalynnemcc was killing it in her Halloween costume the other night!

— Christina Milian (@ChristinaMilian) October 26, 2015

Channing Tatum is a vaguely creepy Winnie The Pooh for Halloween

— BuzzFeed Celeb (@BuzzFeedCeleb) October 21, 2015

It's INSANE how he went from this to that #coltonhaynes #Halloween

— Lola (@lolaaaaaa_m) October 25, 2015

.@MirandaKerr​ adopts a classic costume for #Halloween, in models on #Instagram​ this week:

— (@VogueParis) October 27, 2015

Hugh Grant was mocked for his cheap Halloween costume

— Indy People (@TheIndyPeople) October 30, 2015

Dancers do Halloween best! (@MiamiCityBallet as "101 Dalmatians." PC: Leigh-Ann Esty)

— Dance Spirit (@Dance_SpiritMag) October 30, 2015

The Real MVP of Halloween: @KDTrey5 dresses up as @realmartymar in ‘Blue Streak’

— Vibe Magazine (@VibeMagazine) October 26, 2015

Watch Harrison Ford talk about the new #StarWars on #Kimmel...while dressed as a hot dog

— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 30, 2015