Kylie Jenner has been having a pretty great Halloween. On Friday night the Lip Kit queen feted the weekend with a Dead Dinner. That skeleton-filled bash boasted cupcakes, gummy worms, and more, just like the kind we would have had in elementary school. Well, OK, maybe it wasn’t exactly the same, but we can pretend.
On Saturday night, though, the Snapchat star traded her skeleton costume for one entirely different. Say hello to Kylie Aguilera, ladies and gents.
For followers of Jenner’s much discussed Instagram, last night’s post deserved a second look. A cursory glance might have thought that the “Dirrty” star had commandeered King Kylie’s phone. A custom Bryan Hearns getup consisting of a white-and-red-striped bralette top, motorcycle jacket, and matching chaps gave Kardashian the perfect look for the night. Pair them with leather ties in her hair as well as a smoky eye and glossy nude lip, she was the spitting image of the “Bionic” singer. Major 2002 flashback!
While Kylie couldn’t claim Aguilera’s look exclusively for the night (model Imogen Anthony channeled Xtina as well), it was no doubt an amazing execution. “YOU DID THAT” one follower commented, with another adding, “She lowkey rocked it betta than Christina.” Another fan offered a finishing touch.
“Now you just have to oil up to really sell it,” they wrote. On Twitter, fans and non-fans alike seemed genuinely impressed.
“Sorry Kylie Jenner wins best costume hands down because you are all lying if you never dreamed of being Xtina” one user wrote. Another chimed in: “You know I’m not a huge fan of Kylie Jenner but her costume was on point.”
@KylieJenner had hands down the best celeb Halloween costume ever ????
— kim (@kimmacph) October 30, 2016
I don't care how you feel about her, you gotta admit Kylie Jenner as Dirrty Xtina is the best costume you'll see this year ????
— Amber (@AmberDuhmert) October 30, 2016
Okay this is the first time in a minute Kylie Jenner has snatched me BALD she did that!!!!! https://t.co/7xe8oXR06B
— Lavish Louise (@janisIut) October 30, 2016
Well, what can you say? When it’s good, it’s good.