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Ariana Grande looks terrifying in iconic ‘pig face’ costume for Halloween

The 26-year-old’s costume was heavily inspired by the iconic 1960 Twilight Zone episode ‘Eye of the Beholder’

Ariana Grande is known for her glam looks and iconic style, but this Halloween the petite star will be remembered for more terrifying reasons.

The singer opted for a less than flattering costume of ‘pig face’ in a nod to cult classic TV show ‘The Twilight Zone’. 

The 26-year-old teased the costume, based on the show’s ‘Eye of the Beholder’ episode, with a photo of the show’s host Rod Serling uttering his infamous opening line: “What you’re about to watch is a nightmare”.

This was soon followed by a short video clip that teasingly showed her dimly lit silhouette, but did not reveal her face.

 

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