May 16, 2022

Top 10 Best Celebrity Halloween 2021 Costumes: Kevin and Eniko Hart as Iman and Eddie Murphy From Michael Jackson’s ‘Remember the Time’, Ciara as TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’, Bebe Rexha as Anna Nicole Smith + More

Hallo-weekend was nothing except interesting as the stars came through with the most intricate costumes for Halloween 2021. From iconic tributes to popular characters, we assembled the top 10 finest celeb costumes consisting of Kevin and Eniko Hart, Ciara, Bebe Rexha, and more.

Kevin Hart and Eniko Hart as Iman and Eddie Murphy from Michael Jacksons “Remember the Time” video: 48,270 likes

Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko Hart took the cake for the finest costume of Halloween 2021! The two funnelled Iman and Eddie Murphys royal characters from Michael Jacksons iconic “Remember the Time” video. They rocked custom-made Egyptian-inspired looks designed by Dana Campbell and even added a Michael Jackson look-alike, Michael Kiss, for the complete impact.

2. Kaavia James as Adele in Schiaparelli: 43,270 likes

Kaavia James stole our hearts on Halloween as she dressed up as Adele! Specifically, Kaavia dressed up as Adeles custom Schiaparelli look that she wore to Anthony Davis and Marlen Ps wedding event in September. The “Shady Baby” used a mini version of Adeles custom Schiaparelli ensemble, styled by Thomas Christos.

3. Ciara as TLC from their “No Scrubs” video: 40,577 likes

Ciara recreated renowned music group TLCs “No Scrubs” video, tapping into her inner T-Boz, Chilli, and Left Eye for Halloween 2021. She struck the mark on their edgy black ensembles from the visual with custom-made looks by Laroxx.

4. Bebe Rexha as Anna Nicole Smith throughout her wedding with J. Howard Marshall: 37,102 likes

Bebe Rexha recreated the moment of Anna Nicole Smith and J. Howard Marshall IIs wedding in 1994. Styled by Sam Woolf, the music artist rocked a white bridal gown, veil, and flowers noticeably similar to Annas.

5. Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts as Kelly Rowland and Nelly from the “Dilemma” video: 23,296 likes

Niecy Nash and partner Jessica Betts dressed up as Kelly Rowland and Nelly from their “Dilemma” video, styled by Ashley Sean Thomas and Stephanie Andrea. Niecys look included a custom-made vest by RITCHKNITS.

6. Saweetie as Halle Berry in Catwoman (2004 ): 17,154 likes

Saweetie dressed up as Catwoman from the 2004 movie which starred Halle Berry. Halle Berry even made a hilarious guest appearance in Saweeties video highlighting the look.

7. Winnie Harlow as Grace Jones: 16,787 likes

Winnie Harlow paid tribute to Grace Jones for Halloween 2021. She went with a body-painted look inspired by the supermodel which consisted of a custom metal bikini by Laurel DeWitt.

8. Chlöe Bailey as Betty Boop: 16,499 likes

Chlöe Bailey dressed up as Betty Boop for Halloween, nailing the costume. She wore a red mini tube dress with a heart lace garter, black pumps, and gold hoop earrings and bracelets like the character.

9. Marlo Hampton as Whitney Houston from her “Its Not Right, But Its Okay” video: 14,121 likes

Marlo Hampton channeled Whitney Houston from her “Its Not Right, But Its Okay” video wearing an attire by Verdict Still Out. Imaginative direction for the tribute was carried out by Paris Chea.

10. Latto as Mariah Careys Rainbow album cover: 13,114 likes

Latto used her inner Mariah Carey for Halloween 2021. The rap artist funnelled the R&B vocalists Rainbow era, recreating the album cover down to the rainbow tank top and white panties. Her appearance was styled by Todd White.

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Kevin Hart and his partner Eniko Hart took the cake for the best outfit of Halloween 2021! The 2 channeled Iman and Eddie Murphys royal characters from Michael Jacksons iconic “Remember the Time” video. Kaavia James took our hearts on Halloween as she dressed up as Adele! Winnie Harlow paid tribute to Grace Jones for Halloween 2021. Latto tapped into her inner Mariah Carey for Halloween 2021.