Halloween 2017 is upon us — the one night of the year when it’s socially acceptable to look truly ghastly.
As usual, the
stars fiends of the Eurovision world are rising to the occasion. There are malevolent Melfest monsters, nasty national finalists, and eerie Eurovision veterans.
From chilling costumes to freakish filters, we’ve rounded up some of the best Halloween 2017 action on social media especially for your enjoyment.
Proceed with caution, demons and scantily clad clowns lie ahead.
Isaiah Firebrace (Australia 2017)
Aliona Moon (Moldova 2013)
Oleksandr Skichko (Eurovision 2017 host)
Amber (Malta 2015)
Hovi Star (Israel 2016)
Jowst (Norway 2017)
Margaret Berger (Norway 2013)
Tooji (Norway 2012)
Greta Salóme (Iceland 2012 and 2016)
Judah Gavra (Israel’s Kdam 2013)
Saara Aalto (Finland’s UMK 2016)
Frans (Sweden 2016)
OG3NE (The Netherlands 2017)
Loïc Nottet (Belgium 2015)
Read our review of Loïc Nottet’s new Halloween single “Doctor”
— Loic Nottet (@L0oiic) October 29, 2017
Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria 2017)
Ruth Lorenzo (Spain 2014)
It’s not all about dressing up. Others marked the spooky season without donning any macabre make up or horrifying hairdos. Anggun sent her little one trick-or-treating, Ace Wilder had a dinner with friends, Emma Marrone soaked up creepy vibes in New York, while Manuella gave her followers a quick history lesson.
Anggun (France 2012)
Ace Wilder (Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2014, 2016, 2017)
Emma Marrone (Italy 2014)
Manuella (Slovenia 2016)
What do you think of the creepy costumes? Which ghastly get-up is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below.
Read more Halloween posts:
- List: 11 Eurovision acts that scream Halloween
- Trick or treat: Eurovision fiends get spooky for Halloween 2016
- Eurovision Scare Contest: 34 fiendishly wicked Halloween 2015 costumes
Halloween with Athena Manoukian