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PHOTOS: Bravolebs Share Their Halloween Costumes

See how Andy, Zoila, Kim, Kyle and others are getting in the trick-or-treat spirit.

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It's no secret that Bravolebrities love any excuse to get dressed up, and Halloween—the one day a year where all bets are off and style rules don't apply—is no exception. Here's a look at some of our favorite Halloween costumes that Bravolebrities have been rocking this year, from ghoulish to gorgeous to totally giggle-worthy.

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Bethenny Frankel got dolled up Marilyn Monroe-style when she attended Heidi Klum's annual Halloween bash in New York City.

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Kelly Bensimon dressed as Pebbles from the Flinstones as a guest at Bette Midler's annual Hulaween in New York City.

Joanna Krupa sported a pixie cut and a barely there angel costume for her night on the town with Lisa Vanderpump and friends. It looks like Lisa went with a sexy maid's get-up for her Halloween party at SUR, while Joanna and friend Diana Madison went for the angel/devil routine.

We don't know if a Lion King sweatshirt can be classified as a costume, but we think it's adorable that GG Gharachedaghi took her niece and nephew out trick-or-treating! Maybe the low-key look counts as a costume: it's rare to see GG not always dressed to the nines in sky-high heels.

In what she calls a "good effort for a last minute costume," Stassi Schroeder threw on a blue bodysuit, a gem headdress and enough blue makeup to give her a case of hypothermia. Calling herself the Alien Queen of Neptune, Stassi looks all sorts of fierce.

Kyle Richards isn't as freaked out by husband Mauricio Umansky's Dracula garb as we are. If a vampire came near our throat looking that sharp, we'd be too scared to turn him away!

We didn't think "vampire" and "sexy" were two words that are guaranteed to look right next to each other, but then again, we've only just spotted this snap of Lilly Ghalichi of Shahs of Sunset in her sultry, spooktacular get-up.

The Top Chef crew got ready for Lea Michele's Halloween party together, and Padma Lakshmi snapped this shot of Tom Colicchio putting on his Great Gatsby-worthy best. The bowtie suits you, Tom!

This pic from the past comes courtesy of Million Dollar Listing: New York's Ryan Serhant, who's got some undead farmer thing going on.

Resident Vanderpump Rules siren Scheana Marie is letting her feline side loose this Halloween, and went with an adorable—or a-roar-able, sorry, we couldn't resist—jumpsuit, complete with ears and a tail.

A raven-haired Rachel Zoe looked the part as one of the Witches of Eastwick a Halloween or two ago, and the designer's in good company with Jessica Alba in her coven!

While out on the town in her Wonder Woman costume, Kim Richards made some friends with other comic book caper do-gooders: Batman and Robin! We're serious fans of her star-spangled look—and her super company.

We know Jeff Lewis really loves housekeeper Zoila, but based on this pic he posted of her "new uniform," we're starting to get other ideas!

When Andy Cohen and Tom Colicchio stopped by Lea Michele's Halloween shindig, they found that they'd committed the worst of costume party faux-pas: they matched! Who do you think spotted the Gatsby look best?

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Asa Soltan is one of Bravo's more intellectual stars, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that she dressed up as revered artist Frida Kahlo.

Mercedes "MJ" Javid, meanwhile, went meta with her Halloween costume: her cat get-up is a perfect send-up of the one Kim Kardashian wore a few years ago. And she donned it for her appearance on Access Hollywood today, where hosts Kit Hoover and Billy Bush dressed up as Kris and Bruce Jenner.

Whose costume is your favorite? Tell us in the comments.

Watch Lisa Vanderpump Speak at the U.N. About Ebola

Exclusive: the Beverly Hills Housewife also reflects on lending her name for an important cause.

Lisa Vanderpump left the warm climes of Beverly Hills to lend her name for an important cause: fighting ebola.

On Monday in New York City, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had the distinguished honor of speaking at the United Nation's "Stop Ebola and Build For the Future" relief concert. And for those who couldn't make the event, part of her inspiring speech is online (watch below).

"It was an incredibly overwhelming experience that will be remembered for a long time," Lisa tells the Daily Dish. "But that didn't overshadow the importance of the event Stop Ebola. Light relief after was had in the Clubhouse." (She dropped by to visit with Andy Cohen last night at Watch What Happens Live.)

"Distinguished and honored guests, do not let your legacy be one of silence. That we can still learn by our mistakes. [That] mistake being the silence during the Reagan administration in regard to the complacency in action taking in relation to the AIDS epidemic. It was 'their' disease. It was a 'gay disease.' Twenty-two million people died. Twenty-five million people are still infected. So they we were wrong," she said. "It was our disease and it still is. The same goes for ebola. It's not West Africa's disease. It is ours. Let us remember: Silence, apathy, a lack of support equals fatalities."

Other attendees at the event included former RHONY star Kelly Bensimon, Jackie Chan, Jeffrey Wright, Derek Jeter, Naomi Campbell, Timbaland, Salt and Peppa and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who took a photo with Lisa at the event. The event was co-hosted by Nick Cannon and Cheryl Wills and included performances by Estelle.

Such an honor to meet Ban Ki-moon and speak at the UN today #EbolaResponse

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Over the weekend, Lisa and the other RHOBH stars celebrated another cause at the Family Equality Council event in L.A., which shines a light on TV shows that include LGBTQ characters.

"What an incredible event last night for Family Equality," Lisa tweeted about the awards ceremony. "Heartfelt speeches,children blessed with loving parents #adoption # Equalrights."

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