Celebrity Halloween costume parade feat. Brangelina, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, James Gandolfini & more

Christina Ricci: Ricci and boyfriend Curtis Buchanan are pretty adorable as beer-drinking mimes.


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Christina Aguilera: X-tina and her mini-me dressed up as skeletons.


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James Gandolfini: The former Sopranos star kept it simple, yet hilarious, as Homer Simpson.


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Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale: The couple took their dino-clad kids out on the town, despite Rossdale having forgotten his costume.


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Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon: Nick dressed like an angel, while Mariah took a night off from her usual slutty tween costumes to wear her bridal undergarments.


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Heidi Klum: Halloween-lover Heidi does it up as a crow.


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Michelle Obama: The lovely first lady plays it catty at the White House Halloween celebration.


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Robert Gibbs: Press Secretary Gibbs channels Cheney for his Darth Vader costume.


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TRICK OR TEET? From New York to L.A. and even D.C., the celebs were out in force this year to celebrate the one day that can't land them on a worst-dressed list! Here's a taste of the action, beginning with the fairest couple of them all:

Brangelina: Not sure what Angelina is supposed to be, but Brad Pitt is rocking it as DJ Lance Rock from the coolest kids show in existence, Yo Gaba Gaba.

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