#Throwback: Country Stars' Cutest Halloween Costumes
At age 8, future CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee Luke Bryan roared in a homemade lion costume before trick-or-treating in his hometown of Leesburg, Georgia.
"Halloween was always a big deal at our house," says Trisha Yearwood (left, at age 4, with older sister Beth). "You'll notice the cake in the photo. My mama made that cake. She also made our Halloween costumes every year. Nothing store-bought for us! She made my clown hat out of a brown paper sack! Yes, our mom was the original overachiever. It runs in the family!"
At age 7, "The Man I Want to Be" singer Chris Young was the sun to his sister Dot's moon.
A 6-year-old Carrie Underwood had a blast dressing up as a rabbit for trick-or-treating. "I even slept in my bunny costume," she recalls.
Even as kids, the Swon Brothers could hook an audience! In 1990, Zach opted to trick-or-treat around the family's hometown of Muskogee, Oklahoma, as a pirate while little brother Colton made an adorable Jiminy Cricket.
PARTY OF THREE
The Band Perry's Reid, Kimberly and Neil Perry hit the streets for treats in 1993 dressed as Humpty Dumpty, a '50s girl and a bumblebee.
In 1991, 4-year-old Brett Eldredge stepped out as Minnie's main man, er, mouse, while his brother, Brice, played dinosaur.
LOVE AT FIRST BITE
Even as a pint-sized Dracula, "Hunt You Down" singer J.T. Hodges couldn't help being drawn to music: He turned his dad's guitar case into a makeshift coffin.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK
"I love dressing up for Halloween – that was instilled in me early on," says LeAnn Rimes, seen here at 3 as a jack-o'-lantern.
CASTING A SPELL
At age 4, in the dining room of her parents' house in East Texas, Lee Ann Womack was a witch in training. "My mom made the costume but I thought I was so special because I had a store-bought hat!" she recalls.