Celebrity couples go all out every Halloween with their elaborate costumes.
Some pairs, like Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, draw inspiration from classic fictional characters.
Other couples, like Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady, opt for food-inspired looks.
Each year, celebrities go all out to impress with their Halloween costumes.
Famous families have clearly mastered getting into the spooky spirit, but there are celebrity couples that also join in on the fun. Some opt for iconic characters from beloved TV shows and movies. Others go for silly, food-inspired outfits.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. dressed as characters from the iconic '80s movie "Pretty in Pink."
They channeled Andie (played by Molly Ringwald) and Duckie (portrayed by Jon Cryer).
When Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum were a couple, they nailed their 2017 costumes, which were inspired by "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
According to Dewan, the pair dressed as Sally and Jack Skellington because their daughter Everly requested it.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams dressed as Dustin and Eleven from "Stranger Things" in 2017.
Naturally, Adams' ensemble included a box of Eggo waffles.
In 2014, Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama dressed as Lucy and Ricardo from the classic show "I Love Lucy."
Lucille Ball's role as the titular character earned her an Emmy.
Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady coupled up to make avocado toast.
The costume made sense, considering that the model loves healthy foods like avocados.
When "Pitch Perfect" stars Skylar Astin and Anna Camp were a couple, they showed off their goofy sides as Wayne and Garth from "Wayne's World."
The 1992 comedy starred Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey.
Seth Rogen and wife Lauren Miller dressed as Mario and Luigi.
They dressed as the "Super Mario" characters in honor of Hilarity for Charity's annual variety show, which was held at the Hollywood Palladium in October 2016.
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and husband Justin Mikita were inspired by fruits.
Their dog also participated, dressed as a banana.
Heidi Klum is the queen of Halloween, and her 2011 chimpanzee outfit with ex-husband Seal proves why.
Klum continues to pave the way with impressive costumes year after year.
Zoe Kravitz and now-husband Karl Glusman took cues from the Oscar-nominated movie "Fight Club."
The dressed as Marla Singer (played by Helena Bonham Carter) and Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt).
Beyoncé and Jay-Z slayed as Barbie and Ken in 2016.
Daughter Blue Ivy joined in on the fun, too.
In 2014, Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich donned costumes inspired by "Austin Powers."
Laich wore a red suit to be the titular character while Hough dressed in a black outfit to portray Felicity Shagwell.
Ariana Grande and late rapper Mac Miller nailed their "Moonrise Kingdom" outfits in 2016.
They dressed as Sam and Suzy from the 2102 adventure movie.
Jessica Simpson and husband Eric Johnson rocked "Grease" looks.
They wore spot-on attire to be Danny and Sandy from the hit musical.
Heidi Klum and now-husband Tom Kaulitz were unrecognizable as Fiona and Shrek in 2018.
They showed off the costumes at Klum's annual Halloween party in New York City.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner were creepy and kooky as Gomez and Morticia from "The Addams Family."
Turner shared a black-and-white video of the couple walking as "The Addams Family" played in the background.
In 2018, on-again, off-again couple Bella Hadid and The Weeknd were inspired by "Beetlejuice."
The model dressed as Lydia (portrayed by Winona Ryder) and the musician donned a costume inspired by the 1998 movie's titular character (Michael Keaton).
In 2019, Jessica Biel recreated husband Justin Timberlake's *NSYNC look, while the singer dressed as a microphone.
Biel's outfit choice came days after her past comments from a 1999 interview, in which she said she wasn't a "huge fan" of the boy band, resurfaced.
After Halloween, appeared on CBS' "Late Late Show With James Corden" and said it was actually Timberlake's idea for her to dress up as him for Halloween.
Moreover, Biel revealed that she wore the exact blue jumpsuit that Timberlake wore at the 1999 American Music Awards.
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