Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom won Halloween. We can all go home now...

Great prosthetics

Katy Perry goes Hillary Clinton
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Great prosthetics

Words - Dave Quinn

You can all go home — Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have just won Halloween.

The 32-year-old singer transformed herself on Friday into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton while her boyfriend dressed up as a cartoonish Donald Trump — complete with a classic Donald Trump quote: 'Make America Great Again'...

And Perry didn’t just throw on a red pantsuit and a blond wig and call it a day. No, she had her professional make-up artist team apply prosthetics to her face, ageing her to better match the 69-year-old former Secretary of State.

The elaborate getup was in honour of Kate Hudson’s annual Halloween party. Perry arrived at the event as Clinton with secrete service in tow and a pal costumed as Bill Clinton by her side.

From Trump, Bloom channelled Mad Magazine‘s iconic mascot Alfred E. Neuman in an oversized suit, tie, and flame-red hair.

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Perry documented much of her transformation on Instagram — teasing fans as she got into character and telling them 'I don’t play games on Halloween.'

Source: Katy Perry/Snapchat

Source: Katy Perry/Snapchat

Source: Katy Perry/Snapchat

Source: Katy Perry/Snapchat

'Having a little pre party before I take office,' she captioned the shot. '#IMWITHME'

Source: Jen Atkin/Snapchat

Source: Jen Atkin/Snapchat

Inside the party, she danced with her entourage and even twerked with Kendall Jenner. (An in-character Perry joked about locking down 'the Kardashian vote,' which caused Jenner to burst into giggles, according to hairstylist Jen Atkins’ Snapchat.

And by the end of the night, Perry did what every good late-night partygoer does after the fun — chowed down on a slice of pizza.

The costume comes after Perry celebrated her birthday — and Clinton’s — by voting for the Democratic presidential nominee.

Perry has also been campaigning for Clinton recently, knocking on doors at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas while wearing a 'Nasty Woman' shirt.

She also stripped down on Voter Registration Day this year, encouraging people to vote in a hilarious video with Funny or Die.

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