Dating celebrities 2016

(AP Photos) The sheer number—and status—of the celebrity deaths that have piled up over the past 12 months would be farcical if they weren’t so tragic: music icons Prince, Leonard Cohen, and David Bowie; sports legends Muhammad Ali, Gordie Howe and Arnold Palmer; not to mention major political figures like former first lady Nancy Reagan, and Shimon Peres, the former Israeli prime minister and president.

Since Christmas Day alone, fans have mourned the loss of music star George Michael, Carrie Fisher of , who died just one day after Fisher, her daughter.

Hallo-weekend 2016 is officially in the grave, but reflecting on the celebrities who brought their costuming A-game can last all year long (or at least for a few more days).

To help catch up on all the All Hallows’ Eve extravagance, we’ve rounded up the best and most extreme costumes from Halloween night.

Meghan Markle, girlfriend of Prince Harry and an actress on USA’s “Suits,” was no.

1 on the list of most Googled actresses in 2016, putting her ahead of stars like Marion Cotillard and Daisy Ridley.

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