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The Celebrities Attending Halloween Horror Nights 2023 From Pedro Pascal to Billie Eilish
Turns out celebs love being scared too! Check out the celebrity sightings at this year's Halloween Horror Nights.
It's Halloween week, which means peak frenzy time at Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood and Orlando. Guests are getting in their last-minute scares as Halloween Horror Nights 2023 runs at Universal Orlando Resort through November 4, while Universal Studios Hollywood gets ghoulish until October 31. And then the haunts disappear into the ether... For now.
Among the rush of visitors at Universal Studios Hollywood were a lot of familiar faces, as plenty of VIPs from the film, television and the music world descended upon the park to get their screams on just like everyone else.
So we thought it'd be fun to take a look at just some of the many celebrities who made their way through Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood this year to experience all the thrills and chills the park has to offer.
Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix showed up for some revenge screams with her friend Harvey Guillen (What We Do in the Shadows). Clearly they were popular among the monsters as well.
Grammy-winning singer Billie Eilish blends in perfectly with the Scare Zone crowd as she executes (what we assume was) a perfectly pitched scream.
Actor Jabari Banks, who plays Will Smith in Bel-Air, even makes Halloween terror look cool.
Paris in Love's Paris Hilton looks very glam next to the creepy dolls stalking her in the park.
Coming to visit the scene of the scares, actor Pedro Pascal first makes a pit stop with the scare team before visiting The Last of Us haunted house.
Don't mess with Jamie Foxx! Fresh off voicing Bug in Strays, Foxx is looking fit and ready to scare with the best of them at his HHN photo call.
Former America's Got Talent contestant JoJo Siwa looks delighted to be surrounded by a bunch of demons.
Watch your back, Lance! The NSYNC singer has to survive at least until the release of Trolls Band Together.
There's still time to be part of Halloween Horror Nights 2023 going on now at Universal Orlando Resort through Saturday, Nov. 4, while Universal Studios Hollywood is letting in the ghouls through Tuesday, Oct. 31. You can compare all ticketing packages right here.