Many of your favorite celebrities spend their days on set and in costume, but they still love to dress up for Halloween!
This year, Ashley Greene is hanging up her fangs and putting on feathers. When Vanity Fair asked the New Moon star if she had a costume yet, she replied, "Yes! I can't tell you what it is yet ... O.K., I'm going to be a bird!"
Another celeb who won't be riding the vampire train is Chelsea Hobbs. "I've been a vampire for Halloween every year for the last 6 years and this new trend has ruined it for me," she tweeted. "Guess I'll put the fangs away :("
Just yesterday, Chelsea still had yet to choose a costume, but she assured her fans (via Twitter) that she'll pick something soon: "Ok so I loved all of ur suggestions for Halloween and am gonna make myself figure it out today. I am REALLY good at last min."
Maybe Chelsea can work with what she rocked on October 25. She and her Make It Or Break It co-stars -- Cassie Scerbo, Josie Loren, and Ayla Kell -- all showed up wearing cat ears to the Camp Ronald McDonald For Good Times' 17th Annual Halloween Carnival at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Unlike Chelsea, Josie has her costume all set. "I haven't decided what I'm going to do on Halloween, but I do know what I'm going to be on Halloween," the MIOBI star told us in our exclusive interview. "A ladybug. I'm going to be a ladybug. It's so cute. I have a costume and it's adorable so I'm really excited. But unfortunately, the costume is leotard and I know that come Halloween, I'm going to be sick of being in a leotard again, but it's okay. I'll make the sacrifice for cuteness."
Who else is feeling the insect trend? Aly Michalka and Emily Osment! The 78violet singer showed off her own ladybug costume on YouTube, and Emily, while still undecided, is thinking along the same lines.
"I don't know yet," she told us of her Halloween costume plans during her recent trip to NYC. "I have these snazzy purple boots, I might incorporate that. I know my band is kind of on that same question too. 'Cause we're doing a show in Toronto on Halloween, so we're all like, we have to dress up for our show. I'll probably need to go get a costume while I'm there. I haven't decided yet, maybe a bumblebee. Maybe, might be good."
We can't wait to see how everyone looks! Happy Halloween!