Halloween is in three weeks (!) and if you or your kids are still struggling with this ever-important decision, this one-day Amazon sale is perfect for you. Pick up any kind of costume you’re looking for, for kids, adults, and even your furry friend (who may not be your friend after you dress them up as a pizza slice…
San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence transformed into an eerily accurate Napoleon Dynamite for Halloween, with his fiancée Alexis Cozombolidis dressing up as his sidekick, Pedro. Pence’s costume was one of the better athlete costumes this year, up there with Paul Pierce sitting on the bench as Rick James.
Paul Pierce is out tonight with an ankle injury, so he dressed up as Rick James on the bench. Pierce is one of the most zealous NBA Halloween enthusiasts, and his frog costume is probably his best work. Clips owner Steve Ballmer was thrilled to meet a funk celebrity.
R&B singer Ciara’s 30th birthday was Sunday, and to celebrate, her boyfriend Russell Wilson threw her a party. The couple dressed up as Catwoman and Batman, and Wilson strengthened the theory that it’s incredibly difficult to not look like a dork in a full Batman costume. (Sure, you feel cool, and that’s all that…
When it comes to sexy costumes, we here at Jezebel believe that it's time for some gender equality. But we couldn't quite picture how it'd look, so once again, we drew it ourselves. Here are some of your favorite dudes, all decked out as their sexy better halves.
Former Paralympian Josh Sundquist now spends his time as a motivational speaker, but when Halloween comes around, he becomes the best costume creator of the holiday. He's gone as a flamingo, gingerbread man with a leg bitten off, and the leg lamp from A Christmas Story in past years. This year, he's a foosball…
Guess who loves the 90s and probably also BuzzFeeᴅ. ESPN's Samantha Ponder and her husband, backup Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder.
This is a yearly tradition at San Diego State, and it's evidence that baseball games would get much higher ratings if they were always played by people in costume. I mean, what game wouldn't be improved by the inclusion of a shortstop wearing a giant cardboard box?
Forcing rookies to dress in costume is an MLB tradition that's as childish as it is time-honored. A gloriously dumb reminder that most baseball players are manchildren, forever stuck in high school. We are too; it's a major reason baseball players are perhaps easier to connect with than athletes in any other sport.
Presumably, Duke University alum Mike Dunleavy Jr. would maintain these photos are from the time he dressed up as Ace Ventura for Halloween. You can believe that if you're so inclined.