JONATHAN Ross is known for throwing the best Halloween parties out there – and with that kind of status, you can bet UK stars put their effort in to stand out.
Every year, Jonathan and his family – wife Jane Goldman and children Honey Kinny, Harvey Kirby and Betty Kitten – go all out to celebrate all things ghoulish. Naturally, a host of A-list stars are invited to join in on the festivities.
Setting the standard for this year’s party, chat show host Jonathan arrived dressed as the Babadook, complete with creepy black and white face paint and huge top hat that left him barely recognisable.
Spice Girl Mel C was barely recognisable as she transformed into Addams Family legendary character, Morticia Addams, complete with plunging neckline, black hair and a tight black dress.
Jonathan’s Masked Singer co-star Oti Mabuse looked dashing as a sexy red devil, while Alex Scott completely transformed into TLC legend, Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopez, even recreating the late No Scrubs star’s iconic kick for the cameras as she arrived in Camden.
The guys put in just as much of an effort, with Roman Kemp giving himself a shocking makeover and turning up as Ms Trunchbull from hit musical, film, and Roald Dahl classic, Matilda.
Jimmy Carr turned up as an alien being abducted, alongside his wife who was a witch burned at the stake.
David Walliams arrived as James Bond villain Jaws, with his teeth coated in the iconic silver plating that the character used to chomp through metal to get to his victims.
Alan Carr opted for a twist on The Shining, turning up as one of the murdered twins (or in this case, triplets) alongside Paloma Faith and Holby City star David Ames.
Shaun Of The Dead star Simon Pegg took a leaf out of his own book and had a little red (and green) on him as he appeared as a zombie.
Movie-loving comic Leigh Francis, aka Keith Lemon, took a trip to the 80s with his Teen Wolf inspired look, while his wife was the Bride of Frankenstein.
Pregnant star Ashley James bared her baby bump as she arrived at the event, dressed as a half-human, half fawn.
The big celebrity bash returned to Jonathan Ross’s home for the first time in two years, with the annual celebration cancelled across 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.