Today in celebrity gossip: Annoying singer Chris Brown did another annoying thing, there's a huge gallery of famous people in Halloween costumes, and find out how the stars are weathering the post-Sandy world.
Last night was a night of mischief, of fun, of spooks and specters, of ghouls and giggles, and of Chris Brown and his friends dressing up as Middle Eastern guys with guns. Yeah they had fake beards and turbans and assault rifles and bullet sashes or whatever those things are called draped across their chests. The whole nine yards. Super cool, Chris. Man does this kid make it just about impossible to like him. He's always doing something awful that has violent undertones, isn't he? (Or, y'know, big loud overtones.) Stop it, Chris Brown. Or better yet, somebody else stop Chris Brown. Someone take him to a little house way out in the country and give him some food and water and just leave him there. Lock him inside if you have to. Because he's simply too aggravating to be out here with the rest of us. I'm not even sure who a terrorist costume is offensive to exactly, but it is undeniably bad. And yes, yes maybe I'm being stereotypical in saying that they're terrorist costumes when they might simply be, I don't know, Middle Eastern people with guns costumes, but really that difference seems almost semantic at this point. Chris Brown is the worst, and that's the only fact we need to know about this. [E!]
Speaking of celebrity Halloween costumes, here is a huge gallery of celebrities in their costumes that is way more fascinating than it has any right to be. Of many highlights, surely the greatest is "Callista Flockhart and Harrison Ford dressed as nerds." It doesn't get weirder or better than that in my opinion. But I do urge you to explore for yourself and make your own judgments. You really won't regret it. Colton Haynes in skin-darkening makeup (again!) as Gandhi. Lance Bass in a weird and intense clown costume. Tons of sad Batmans. It's really something. Go, look! [Too Fab]