COVID-19 has Americans celebrating Halloween and trick-or-treating differently this year.
Whether you are planning to dress as Joe Exotic, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Black Panther, or even Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Halloween season is sure to be a real treat.
Several retail companies have begun listing their top Halloween costumes trends, and it's no surprise that superhero costumes, along with costumes inspired by healthcare workers are trending for 2020.
Amazon said some of its best-selling costumes include, Harry Potter, Baby Yoda, Beetlejuice, Darth Vader, and The Flash.
While Spirit Halloween said it's top trends for the year consisted of costumes inspired by the coronavirus pandemic, Harley Quinn, and healthcare workers.
DIY costumes have become wildly popular over the years and it's no surprise that Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin from Tiger King, Lil Nas X, a character from Schitt's Creek, Super Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes, and Joker are popular choices for 2020.
The U.S. Center for Disease and Control Prevention recently released its guidelines for many Americans to follow, and as part of their guideline, they suggest that masks be incorporated with each costume.
Despite the CDC discouraging Americans not to trick-or-treat, attend haunted houses, or even host Halloween parties, October 31 is sure to be epic and scary.