Hailey and Justin Bieber celebrate in a Stone Age look à la the Feuerstein family at a Halloween party in Los Angeles.
Humor instead of horror: Justin Bieber (29) turned into Fred Flintstone for a Halloween party. Wife Hailey (26) dressed up as the seductive version of Fred Feuerstein’s daughter Pebbles. They attended Vas Morgan and Michael Braun’s party together in Los Angeles on Saturday evening.
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In keeping with the Stone Age theme, Bieber came to the party shirtless and only wearing shorts. He also wore an upturned cap and, as a special eye-catcher, a bone as a belt. Hailey also picked up this accessory on her waist, which was almost lost in view of her skin-tight latex costume, including a frayed miniskirt. A red wig and a necklace with a sparkling “B” completed the outfit. In her Instagram story, Hailey Bieber shows the transformation into the cartoon character.
Hollywood in Halloween fever
Bieber presented a completely different costume the evening before at Rande Gerber’s (61) Casamigos party in Los Angeles and caused a lot of astonished faces. The singer came to the party in swimming shorts, a pink floral shirt and diving goggles. He wore flippers on his bare feet.
Paris Hilton (42) used the evening of the Casamigos party for a special look: Her costume was reminiscent of Britney Spears’ (41) famous bright blue stewardess outfit from the music video for her hit “Toxic”. Other stars were also inspired by well-known personalities at the party: Rande Gerber and his wife Cindy Crawford (57) turned into Danny and Sandy from “Grease”. Megan Fox (37) and Machine Gun Kelly (33) impressed in costumes inspired by “Kill Bill”. Actor Austin Butler (32) appeared as Andy Warhol (1928-1987) and his partner Kaia Gerber (22) as his muse Edie Sedgwick (1943-1971)
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