Another Halloween has come and gone, and with it another slew of celebrities who take advantage of their visibility and either go cute or hard in the costume department.
Pictured above is Broadway actor Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Pikachu) and boyfriend Scott Bix (Ash).
As usual, Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, and their children Harper and Gideon went for a themed family costume. This year it was Star Wars, most likely in anticipation for the December release of The Force Awakens.
No, that's not Amanda Lepore covering up because it was chilly. This year the reigning queen of Halloween, Heidi Klum, went as the voluptuously animated Jessica Rabbit.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson learned that "one size fits most" doesn't apply to men of titanic height and build.
Ellen saw a chance to create her own Kardashian persona and took it. Meet Karla.
Jessica Alba and Kelly Sawyer's outfits had nice lines and a fun, frisky use of color. All and all they weren't a bad Romy and Michele.
Adam Lambert visited the ghost town that is his heart and came back with a haunting ensemble.
Taylor Swift closed out the North American leg of her 1989 World Tour by icing over Tampa when she brought Idina Menzel on stage to sing the Oscar-winning "Let It Go."
Model Shaun Ross went for unrecognizable as a lumpy-faced crone.
LaMar Baylor (currently a dancer in The Lion King on Broadway) showed off his skin-tight patriotism.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and husband Justin Mikita made for an ideal Napoleon Dynamite and Pedro. They both look ready for Deb to take their glamour shots.
Zachary Quinto and model boyfriend Miles McMillan had some pun with their costumes (sorry) and went as gorillas in the mist.
Christian Siriano went with an art-imitating-life-imitating-art approach.