The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Across the country this past weekend, celebs got all dressed up for Halloween. Some costumes were cute, some costumes were funny, some costumes were a total embarrassment.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Scott "American Psycho" Disick didn't wear a costume to this event in Las Vegas. Weird. That's a real axe, right?

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Los Angeles: 90210's Shenae Grimes dressed as Monster High's Frankie Stein. Pretty awesome hair and makeup.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Love love love Harvey Guillen — who was Alistair on Huge — as Big Boy, as seen on his Twitter and Facebook.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Glee's Chord Overstreet went as Brad Pitt in the Chanel No. 5 commercial — genius. He looks perfect. That first photo was shot by costar Harry Shum and posted on his Instagram; the other one is from Chord's Instagram.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Hollywood: Glee's Darren Criss , totally adorable as Sam Shakusky from Moonrise Kingdom. Another great idea.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Los Angeles: Christina Milian was the Queen of Hearts. Did Lewis Carroll write about her having thigh-high stockings?

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Beverly Hills: Queen Christina Aguilera kissed her knight in shining armor, Matthew Rutler.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Saturday night in Los Angeles Paris Hilton went as the Essence of Slutoween™, aka unidentifiable skimpily dressed fairy. Boyfriend and successful male model River Viiperi went as culturally insensitive. Friday night Paris and River were Alice and the Mad Hatter. Shoulda stuck with that, kids.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Model Jessica White hosted a "Halloween Lingerie Party" in New York, which sounds like an invitation for body-shaming and sexual harassment. Anyway, it's a costume if you add wings, right?

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

In London, Olympic diver Tom Daly decided to be a rotund skeleton? Wearing a tuxedo? Or something? Maybe he is sick of folks looking at his abs.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Roger Matthews were '80s nerds at a bash in Las Vegas. But ditch the pocket protector and the tape on the glasses, and her "costume" is a fairly hip ensemble.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Diddy as Prince, leaving the Playboy Mansion Halloween party. And can you spot Eazy-E?

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Cassie posted a picture of herself as sexy Cleopatria with boyfriend Diddy on Instagram.

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Kim Kardashian was a mermaid at the 2nd Annual Midori Green Halloween Party in New York. Apparently her wig cost $2,000. Seems absurd, but then again, this is KK. (How is her top staying up?)

The Weekend's Good, Bad, and Culturally Insensitive Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Aubrey O'Day wins the Cultural Insensitivity Award, and her friend Hooker Cowgirl Fairy gets a Special Mention in the Essence of Slutoween™ category.

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