VICTORIA Beckham turned into a scary clown as Amanda Holden gave fans a treat in a Little Black Dress as stars embraced the spirit of Halloween.

Celebs got dressed up in their spookiest gear and some stole the limelight from their kids as stars celebrated on Saturday ahead of Lockdown next week.

After Brits were told last night to "stay at home" for four weeks from Thursday in a bit to stop the spread of Covid, determined celebs made the most of their freedom on Halloween and shared amazing photos on Instagram.

The Beckhams headed to a haunted house with their pals and posed in a doorway filling with smoke and pumpkins.

David, 45, put on a toothy display and bared the fangs of a vampire alongside wife Victoria dressed as a very creepy clown.

Elsewhere, Amanda Holden gave fans a thrilling treat as she posed in a little black dress before changing outfits to bring her daughters to a pumpkin patch display and fireworks.

Actress Kate Beckinsale led the circus in a ringmaster costume while her former fling Jack Whitehall and new girlfriend Roxy Horner got dressed up "to watch the rugby".

However, I'm A Celeb champ Jacqueline Jossa let her kids take centre stage with daughters Ella and husband Dan Osborne's son Teddy turning into the Joker and Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad.

Meanwhile, Celebrity Juice Team Leader Laura Whitmore and boyfriend Iain Stirling channelled their favourite characters played by Gwyneth Paltrow and Owen Wilson in The Royal Tenenbaums movie.

Reality stars were out in force too and slipped into a slew of sexy outfits for posing on Instagram.





Halloween always falls on October 31 of each year and the tradition originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts.

Soon, All Saints Day incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain.

This is why so many Halloween traditions – regardless of where you are in the world – are Irish.

In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honour all saints.

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