Celebrities' Cutest Childhood Halloween Costumes
See how your favorite stars got sweet - or spooky - in their before-they-were-famous throwback costume photos!
No funny business: The star - in a tiny clown costume - has always made people laugh.
Kylie & Kendall Jenner
The sisters have always been boo cute - just check out their adorable coordinated Wizard of Oz attire.
"I even slept in my bunny costume," the country star says of her favorite furry Halloween costume, which she wore when she was 6.
"We did a Harvest Party at our church and the kids could dress up as a positive character," mom Denise Jonas says of this pic from Halloween 1998. "Joseph was Grandpa Grape from Veggie Tales. Nicholas was Blue from Blue's Clues and Kevin, I created that costume out of the pieces, he was the game Operation."
"Hawaii is one of my favorite places, and I wanted to be a Hula girl so much," says the reality star of this photo taken around age 5.
At 2, Mays was ready for the Big Top – or not. "My mom made the costume, and my sister painted my face. I think this was the beginning of my fear of clowns," says the Glee star.
"My mother was so good at making Halloween an event," says The Big Bang Theory star. "You can tell the 3-year-old me is pleased. My sister just looks confused. Poor thing."
LEE ANN WOMACK
The singer was 4 when she dressed up like a wicked witch. "My mom made the costume," she says, "But I thought I was so special because I had a store-bought hat!"
"What can I possibly say that hasn't already been said about another mouse that apparently had to pee?" jokes the American Idol, here age 3 as a mouse in Blue Springs, Mo.
"My most vivid memory is how hot it got inside those masks as you ran from house to house getting as much candy as possible," jokes Survivor host Jeff Probst – who was 3 when he donned the Felix the Cat mask for Halloween in Wichita. The best treat to get? "The full-size candy bar. [The worst was] colored popcorn balls. What kid wants that?"
"I really liked the costume," says the Hills star, here, at age 8. "I must admit though, I was not a very scary witch."
"This picture was taken at my Godmother's house in Texas," says the country singer, here as a pumpkin at age 3. "I love celebrating any holiday and love dressing up for Halloween. It was instilled in me early on!"
"I dressed up as a bride because I loved pretending to be a housewife," says the actress of the getup she wore at age 9. "Now that I look back on it, I think I was a bit young to get married!"
"I'm the mouse,” says the Perfectly Clear singer, here at age 6. "It was a left over costume from a local Anchorage, Alaska, production of The Nutcracker. "My parents found it in the closet, and, presto – instant Halloween costume!"
"I was glued to my mom," says the Hole in the Wall cohost, then 2, at left with her fellow Raggedy Anns. "We were just doing the whole family thing!"
She was only 9 when the Pussycat Doll put together this outfit. "I loved dressing up as Carmen Miranda," says Scherzinger. "The costume was such a production, especially the fruit on my head. But I always won every costume contest I entered in this!"
"My favorite Halloween was dressing up like the Village People with my oldest and best friend [Lost producer J.J. Abrams, right]"," says the Heroes star, here in 1980. "I still can't figure out which member of the band he was trying to look like!"
"My great aunt in Brazil made it for me. I used to fantasize about gypsies," says Belle of her festive costume, which she wore at age 6.
"I was a belly dancer that year for Halloween, it must have been the year that Aladdin was popular!" says the Dancing with the Stars fixture, pictured at age 6. "My favorite part of the whole costume was the snake bracelet curling up my arm, I felt so adult and glamorous."
"When I was younger, I loved Halloween!" says the Resident Evil: Extinction actress, here at age 7 as a flapper. "I would rush home from school and do my homework as quickly as possible so I could go trick-or-treating with my friends."
"Baby was my very first dog who was sick and dying at a pet store before I bought and rescued her," says Menounos, here as a teenage Dorothy. "She was the perfect Toto!"