Luke Bryan, Kelsea Ballerini and More Celebrate Halloween in Costume


Break out the batty decorations and start twisting to the Monster Mash, because Halloween 2020 is here!

While most everyone has been sporting a mask for months and stocking up on the candy pile for the Work From Home lifestyle, it’s officially the spookiest day of the year and even country music’s biggest stars are getting in on the fun of dressing up and being someone different for one day out of the year.

Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline, trapped the couples costume route with Luke donning a cheesy ensemble as Caroline took on the role as the cheeky mouse. Their clever looks got fans laughing as the “One Margarita” singer captioned his quick video clip with, “Who cut the cheese @linabryan3? #happyhalloween.”

Kelsea Ballerini took the more socially relevant role as a “Karen” for her costume. Complete with a “I need to speak to a manager” shirt, bugged-out sunglasses and a nametag to make it clear to all who she is, the “Hole in the Bottle” singer gripped a bottle of bubbles while addressing her distaste for the year’s chain of events.

“I need to speak to the manager of 2020… #happyhalloween #karensofinstagram,” she wrote in accordance with her social post.

Jason Aldean and his family took cues from the cult classic of the year, Tiger King, for their looks. While Aldean transformed into a Joe Exotic-inspired costume, his wife, Brittany, followed suit as one of Exotic’s lovers and their kids following the lead with a Carol Baskin and white tiger costumes.

The Halloween spirit carried throughout the country music community with many stars posting their alternative identities for the evening on social media, including artists such as Charles Kelley, Jana Kramer, Alan Jackson and Wynonna Judd.

Take a look at some of the best ensembles set for the eventful evening below, and get inspired for the Halloween hauntings for the night ahead.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Crisis of Faith: New Johnny Cash Movie Doesn’t Know If It’s a Documentary or a Sermon
Charley Crockett Hits the Studio for Retro ‘Odessa’ Music Video
A Leap Through the Meaning Behind John Anderson’s Song “Money in the Bank”
Tim McGraw Shares Cover of ‘If We Make It Through December’
Dolly Parton Joins TikTok, Brings ‘Berry Pie’ to the Party

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *