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55 famous couples' Halloween costumes that you can easily pull off

TODAY 10/6/2022 Sarah Lemire

Stars, they're just like us! Come Halloween, celebrities are busy readying their costumes for trick-or-treating and star-studded events like Heidi Klum's annual Halloween party.

And, of course, there's the big TODAY Halloween costume reveal.

Take a cue from your favorite A-listers and dress to impress this Halloween. If you need help coming up with your 2022 look, browse through these famous couples costumes for inspiration. While some of them aren't exactly on par with the quick costumes you can make with household items (like, say, Heidi Klum and husband Tom Kaulitz as Princess Fiona and Shrek), there are still plenty you can shop for online or pick up at a nearby Halloween retailer.

Copy these couples costumes to a tee or mix and match your favorite looks for something more unique. Kim Kardashian's Wonder Woman or Bella Hadid's Lydia from "Beetlejuice" are solid options, along with Cheryl Burke, who dresses up as Major Trouble (oh, how we love a good pun).

Even if you're not in the market for a Halloween costume, it's still fun seeing your favorite celebs embracing the spirit of the season. Scroll on and prepare to be spellbound.

Evan Peters and Halsey as Sonny and Cher

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Former couple Evan Peters and Halsey channeled the iconic variety-show duo, Sonny and Cher. We got you, babe!

Kim Kardashian and Cheryl Burke as Wonder Woman and Major Trouble

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Where's the invisible jet? Kim Kardashian goes all out as Wonder Woman and Cheryl Burke brought the puns with her Major Trouble costume.

Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart as skeletons

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Years before the Bennifer reboot, J. Lo and Casper Smart made a fabulous (and downright eerie) skeleton duo.

Mike Myers and Kelly Tisdale as The Ramones

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The funnyman and his wife put on their concert best, complete with leather jackets, dark denim and shoulder-length wigs.

Molly Sims and Scott Stuber as a fortune teller and Harry Potter

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One of them can tell the future, the other is basically immortal. Sounds like a winning pair!

Benito Skinner and Terrence O'Connor as Kylie and Kendall Jenner

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The Jenner sisters wowed us all when the showed up to the 2019 MET Gala in these feathered looks. Benito Skinner, aka Benny Drama on social media, and boyfriend Terrence O'Conner nailed their outfits down to the detail, wigs and all.

Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber as a flight attendant and pilot

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Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber took their love to the sky in these jet-setting looks. Fun fact: George Clooney rounded out the trio, wearing a matching pilot costume.

Heidi Klum and Seal as apes from "Planet of the Apes"

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Who can forget this unbelievable transformation? Then-couple Heidi Klum and Seal floored us all with these as-real-as-it-gets "Planet of the Apes" costumes.

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones as Lawrence of Arabia and Jean Harlow

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It doesn't even matter that these two didn't coordinate. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones both brought the glitz and glamour — but Zeta-Jones really came out on top.

Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber as 1970s disco icons

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Look out Studio 54, here come Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber! Between their flared bottoms and platform kicks, the two looked ready to boogie all night long.

Molly Sims and Scott Stuber as Jeannie and Tony Nelson from "I Dream of Jeannie"

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You can't help but love this costume from the classic '60s show "I Dream of Jeannie." Molly Sims really committed to the character with her ultra-high ponytail and midriff-baring ensemble.

Kim Kardashian and Jonathan Cheban as Sonny and Cher

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I got you, babe. Best friends Kim Kardashian and Jonathan Cheban took us back to happier days (ya know, when Sonny and Cher were dominating the charts) with these stage-worthy costumes.

Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller as Mario and Luigi

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Follow Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller's lead and dress like the characters from your favorite childhood video game. Mario and Luigi are definitely the easiest costumes to pull off, but your friends may be tempted to join as Princess Peach, Toad, Bowser and Yoshi.

Rande Gerber and Harry Styles as David Bowie and Elton John

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Name a more iconic duo. We'll wait. Even though this isn't technically a couples costume, it's sure to take home the trophy.

Bella Hadid and the Weeknd as Beetlejuice and Lydia Deetz

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Bella Hadid and the Weeknd had a very "Beetlejuice" Halloween back in 2018. The model really committed to her part by carrying around a bouquet of dead roses, just like Lydia did in the movie.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend as Cleopatra and Mark Antony

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The real-life couple dressed as one of the most famous couples in history — and looked positively regal doing so.

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel as Justin Timberlake and a microphone

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Jessica Biel dressed up as her husband from his 'N Sync days, and he went as a microphone. Talk about an iconic duo!

Charlie Cox and Tom Hiddleston as Daredevil and Loki

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Roles reserved: Charlie Cox and Tom Hiddleston made everyone do a double take when they swapped superhero identities for Halloween. Daredevil meet Loki, Loki meet Daredevil.

Heidi Klum and Gigi Hadid as Jessica Rabbit and Sandy from "Grease"

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Definitely not a couples costume, but Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit posing with Gigi Hadid as Sandy from "Grease" is just too awesome to leave out.

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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Neil Patrick Harris and husband, David Burtka, never ever let us down. This Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Halloween costume is hilarious.

Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld as the Big Bad Wolf and Grandmother

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A fairytale if there ever was one, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld go full-on "Little Red Riding Hood" in their 2018 couples costume.

Jane Krakowski and Michael Kors as Barbarella and starman

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Michael Kors and Jane Krakowski took a trip to the 41st century in these futuristic costumes. Krakowski went as the Queen of the Galaxy, while Kors went for a more subdued, star-studded look.

Trevor Noah and Jordyn Taylor as Prince Akeem and a troll doll

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Trevor Noah is pure royalty in this costume inspired by the '80s movie, "Coming to America." And Jordyn Taylor's troll hair? Incredible.

Lana Gomez and Sebastian Maniscalco as bride and groom cake-toppers

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This costume takes the cake. Literally. We're not even sure how they did it, but comedian Sebastian Maniscalco and his wife, Lana Gomez, looked fabulous as wedding cake toppers.

Scout and Rumer Willis as country cowboys

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These two look ready to take to the stage and croon a few country ballads.

Daniel Nguyen and Jeannie Mai as Carl and Russell from "Up"

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The movie may make you sob, but this adorable costume has the opposite effect. There's just something about seeing Carl and Russell together that makes us all smile from ear to ear.

Mia Swier and Darren Criss as Cruella de Vil and a Dalmatian

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Hide your pups! Cruella de Vil is hunting Dalmatians — and let's just hope Darren Criss has an escape plan.

Daymond and Heather John as Jake Sully from "Avatar" and an Egyptian princess

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"The People's Shark" and his wife merged the worlds of Pandora and ancient Egypt with these stunning costumes.

Brian Keys and Hunter McGrady as Prince Eric and Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"

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We can't help but want to be part of Brian Keys and Hunter McGrady's world after seeing their ultra-glam "The Little Mermaid" costumes.

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey as angels

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The heavens opened up to deliver this angelic couples costume worn by Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey at a Halloween party back in 2009.

Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin as Lucy and Desi

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Oh, Luuucccy? We get all the feels from Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin wearing this retro Lucy and Desi couples costume from "I Love Lucy."

Michael Kors and Bette Midler as Adam and Marie Antoinette

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Take a bite of Michael Kors' apple ... or don't! He went back to biblical times by dressing as Adam of "Adam and Eve," while Bette Midler dazzled as Marie Antoinette.

Lester Holt and Al Roker as The Blues Brothers

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Lester Holt and Al Roker brought the soul to TODAY when they dressed up as Jake and Elwood Blues.

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka as Westly and Iñigo Montoya from "The Princess Bride"

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Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka did it again! These two looked like the stepped right out of the movie in these incredibly detailed "The Princess Bride" costumes.

Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin as Future Trunks and Gaara

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Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin took their love of anime to the next level when they showed up as characters from "Dragon Ball Z" and "Naruto."

Harry Connick Jr. and Jill Goodacre as a New Orleans Saints football player and '70s disco queen

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This Harry Connick Jr. football costume is a touchdown! The rest of the family also makes it into the end zone, especially his wife, Jill Goodacre, who showed up in a groovy outfit.

Ice-T and Coco Austin as a killer from "The Purge: Election Year" and Madonna

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Ice-T and Coco Austin never disappoint in the costume department. Even though they didn't coordinate, they get high marks for being terrifying and fabulous.

Philippe and David Blonde as Batman and Catwoman

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Phillippe and Davide Blonde are here and ready to save Gotham's citizens in these superhero costumes.

Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein as the Tin Man and Dorothy from "The Wizard of Oz"

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Close friends Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein turned the red carpet into the Land of Oz in these storybook-inspired costumes.

Antoni Porowski and Kevin Harrington as Blockbuster employees returned from the dead

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This one gets an A+ for originality. Even though Blockbuster is long gone, this couples costume brought the video rental giant back to life — in one way or another.

Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz as a cyborg alien and astronaut

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Heidi Klum's 2019 alien cyborg costume may be her most extravagant yet! Her look took nearly 12 hours to create — and her husband was totally on board.

Keven Undergaro and Maria Menounos as fast food workers

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Would you like some fries with that? It's hard not to love this duo dressed up in vintage-inspired McDonalds uniforms.

Stephen Amell and Cassandra Jean as a frankurter and beans

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You are what you eat, right? Stephen Amell and Cassandra Jean went as franks and beans, and looked totally adorable doing so.

Mark Birnbaum and Tori Praver as Vivian Ward and Edward Lewis from "Pretty Woman"

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If you want the fairytale, then take inspiration from Mark Birnbaum and Tori Praver and dress up as the unexpected couple from the 90s rom-com.

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan as cats

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Channing Tatum took inspiration from Dr. Seuss' "The Cat In the Hat," while then-wife Jenna Dewan opted for a sexier, leather-clad look.

Joey Fatone and Izabel Araujo as the Grady twins from "The Shining"

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Nothing says "come play with us" quite like these Grady twin costumes ... wouldn't you say?

Abby Champion and Patrick Schwarzenegger as Austin Powers and a fembot

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Ooh, behave! This couples costume from "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" is way too groovy, baby!

Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka as a naughty bunny and Pac-Man

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While this isn't exactly a couples costume, Paris Hilton wearing a naughty bunny outfit and Chris Zylka as a Pac-Man make a good Halloween team.

Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz as Shrek and Fiona

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Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz look like they came straight from the swamp in these head-to-toe green looks.

Barbara Palvin and Dylan Sprouse as San and Ashitaka from "Princess Mononoke"

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Another party, another anime-inspired costume: This time around, the couple went as characters from "Princess Mononoke," an animated Japanese adventure film.

Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford as Garth and Wayne from "Wayne's World"

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Former TODAY co-hosts pulled out all the stops to look like everyone's favorite slackers-turned-cable TV stars.

Josh Duhamel and Fergie as Karl Lagerfeld and Choupette

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Josh Duhamel and Fergie dressed up as fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld and his cat back in 2015.

Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor as a panda and harlequin

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Couples' costumes don't need to coordinate to be adorable. That's the case with Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor when they dressed up in these onesies.

Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly as Sandy and Danny from "Grease"

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These two go together like "rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong!"

This article was originally published on TODAY.com

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