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LOOK: Celebrity couples get quirky and glammed up for Halloween 2019

/ 11:39 AM November 02, 2019

This Halloween, celebrities partied in costumes that were either out-of-the-box or over-the-top, or both.

Some celebrity couples coordinated their looks to depict some of their favorite movie and TV characters, while others took on otherworldly looks such as vampires.

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Vice Ganda and Ion Perez

Vice Ganda and Ion Perez were among the celebrities who jetted to Tokyo, which is known for its Halloween celebrations on the streets. They channeled Princess Jasmine and Aladdin in the live remake of “Aladdin” this year.

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Now I’m in a whole new world with you. #ShibuyaHalloween2019 @pereziion27

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Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos

Gabbi Garci and Khalil Ramos, who also celebrated Halloween in Japan, went for the classic “Aladdin” costumes from the 1992 animated film.

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Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo

Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo partied in Tokyo as meth manufacturers Walter White and Jesse Pinkman from “Breaking Bad,” complete with protective lab gear and crystal-blue rocks as props. Mercado went as far as donning a beard to resemble actor Aaron Paul’s Pinkman.

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#BreakingBad with @mercadojenny and @dennistrillo ❌ #Halloween2019 • 📸 @narcabico

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The couple also shared a kiss on the streets of Shibuya amid the night’s Halloween crowd.

Jerald Napoles and Kim Molina

Kim Molina took her versatility as an actress one step further for Halloween. While she plays Daniela Mondragon’s bratty sidekick in the teleserye “Kadenang Ginto,” she dressed as another iconic part of the show: the red suitcase that matched Daniela’s one-shouldered red dress. Molina’s boyfriend Jerald Napoles embraced Daniela’s fierce image as he rolled Molina down the street.

The funny couple danced like no one was watching during a street party.

Iza Calzado and Ben Wintle

A Halloween party attended by stars on Oct. 31 was “Opulence,” organized by Raymond Gutierrez. Guests came in extravagant 18th-century fashion and added their own twists to the theme. Actress Iza Calzado dressed as a Queen of the Damned with husband, Ben Wintle, as her blonde slave.

Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati

Engaged couple Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati dressed in luxurious outfits as vampires for “Opulence.”

Angel Locsin and Neil Arce

Actress Angel Locsin and her producer fiance, Neil Arce, went as medieval swashbuckling pirates at the same party.

James Reid and Nadine Lustre

JaDine attended the Apocalypse Halloween Ball dressed as the star-crossed lovers in the 1996 film “Romeo + Juliet” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.

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She’s an angel and I’m her knight in shining armour… HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOVE! @nadine #happyhalloween #romeoandjuliet

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No tricks, just treats for these creative couples!  /ra

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