Jonathan Ross Halloween party: Nicole Scherzinger and Kate Moss look spook-tacular
It's the best October 31 bash in Britain
Friday 01 November 2013
Jonathan Ross's Halloween bash looked typically brilliant last night, with Nicole Scherzinger, Holly Willoughby and Kate Moss all in attendance.
The chat show host's annual October 31 party has become the go-to event for celebrities in the spooky season, and while it may not beat Heidi Klum's party for costumes, it always looks a great deal of fun.
Ross, who transforms his London home into a decrepit manor each year, was dressed as Jareth, David Bowie's character in the cult film Labyrinth.
He later tweeted a picture of Kate Moss, whose outfit was inspired by Mexico's Day of the Dead, embracing a pig mask-covered Nicole Scherzinger.
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