Liza as Pennywise, Maymay as bride of Chucky: 13 celebs go full-on spooky for Halloween 2018
This year, celebrities showed commitment to the characters they chose for Halloween. From Anne Curtis to Liza Soberano, showbiz stars did not hold back in fulfilling each detail of their costume, from wearing wigs to putting on hard-to-remove makeup.
Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil held a Haunted Halloween Party yesterday, Oct. 30 at Fernwood Gardens. Among those invited were Maymay Entrata, Edward Barber, Sue Ramirez, Elisse Joson and Darren Espanto.
Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil
Soberano went as Pennywise from “It” while her love team partner Enrique Gil was in clown-inspired makeup too as Batman’s Joker.
Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber
Onscreen partners Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber also did not hold back with their hair-raising costumes as killer dolls Chucky and his bride.
Meanwhile, actress Sue Ramirez decided to go for a friendlier character, Princess Mia Thermopolis from “The Princess Diaries” before her royal makeover.
Actress Elisse Joson partied as a pirate, particularly as Penelope Cruz’s Angelica from “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”.
Singer Darren Espanto dressed as Betelgeuse, pronounced as “Beetlejuice”, the same title of the 1988 hit horror-comedy film.
Others took their looks to television, ensuring that viewers were further treated to the best costumes.
Sarah Lahbati wore a Rajo Laurel feather cape as “Sleeping Beauty” villain Maleficent.
Model Maureen Wroblewitz went as a 1960s space zombie for “Eat Bulaga” and even did her own bloody makeup.
Anne Curtis was “Suicide Squad” fan favorite Harley Quinn on “It’s Showtime”.
“It’s Showtime” host Vhong Navarro went beyond the usual makeup and wig for his Sweeney Todd look, even using prosthetics for his nose.
Mariel Padilla also used prosthetics on “It’s Showtime” for her look as Elphaba from the hit musical “Wicked”.
As for Maine Mendoza, she was in her element in her costume — giving laughs while dressed as a woman caught in the toilet, complete with a newspaper.
She said of her costume: “Me giving a crap about halloween.” JB
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