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People share their creative Halloween costumes of movie and TV characters - Page 17 of 108 - Kiwi Report

People share their creative Halloween costumes of movie and TV characters


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[post_page_title]Teletubbies say hello[/post_page_title]
Dressing up as the Teletubbies for Halloween might not seem like the most glamorous idea. That’s probably why these girls decided to do something a little different with their costumes. Rather than hiding away in full-body suits, they chose to don tops and tutus in the various colors assigned to the characters.

Teletubbies say hello

Admittedly, the clothes themselves don’t necessarily read Teletubbies. However, thanks to the antennae on their heads, the inspiration behind their costumes is a little more obvious. For one night only, they were Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po.

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