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PHOTOS: 20 celebrities who dress like Halloween all year

PHOTOS: 20 celebrities who dress like Halloween all year

HALLOWEEN IS YEAR ROUND: If you're Ozzy Osbourne, everyday is an excuse for theatrical makeup. Photo: Associated Press

Some celebrities dress like everyday is just one big costume party. Here are some of our favs:

Lil Kim

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We don’t know what she’s trying to be here, but it sure is interesting.


Christina Aguilera

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A real-life “Bratz” doll.


The Hilton Sisters

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Sometimes they to dress up like hotel chain heiresses and sometimes like Rainbow Bright.


Lady Gaga

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Dressed up like dinner.


Alice Cooper

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No explanation necessary.


Nikki Minaj

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As a giant, scary, crazy ice cream cone.


The entire band KISS

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Obviously.


Daft Punk

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Every day is robot Halloween.


Marilyn Manson

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The shock rocker looks like a vampire every day.


Adam Lambert

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All the guy liner you could ever want or need.


Aerosmith

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Hair so cool it makes Elvira jealous.


Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee

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Who can argue with a hat like that?


Katy Perry

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Dressed up like an angry My Little Pony.


CeeLo Green

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The real-life NBC peacock? The stuff nightmares are made of.


T Pain

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An auto-tuned circus clown.


DeadMau5

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What Halloween would look like if Halloween were a DJ in a giant mouse head.


Snooki

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Chester Cheetah.


Ozzy Osbourne

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He’s been riding the “Crazy Train” for years.

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