Chanel West Coast‘s “Clueless” Halloween outfit is totally worth a peek – and it’s her second look. The 32-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star has already made headlines for channeling her inner fembot in a bombshell, hot pink “Austin Powers” minidress while romping around her bed, but the MTV face isn’t doing things by half in 2020. Chanel’s 3.5 million Instagram followers just got her second Halloween outfit, and this one was all about 1995 movie “Clueless.” Check it out below.
Scroll for the “Clueless” action. Chanel, fresh from dropping her “America’s Sweetheart” album this month, played naughty and nice on her bed ahead of the weekend, seen seductively posing as a Fembot from 1997 classic “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” – the bombshell blonde hair and candy-pink dress and heels went full sex kitten, but not for long.
West Coast is officially in the house, and that means outfit changes. The “No Plans” rapper’s second look shouted out Alicia Silverstone’s Cher character from “Clueless.”
Chanel, who has been dropping TikToks via her Instagram, kept the gen Z platform’s mouthing vibe up, with the video showing her in a yellow checkered miniskirt and matching jacket worn unzipped, also flashing a tight white tank underneath. Chanel, currently blonde and going full “UGH, AS IF,” pouted while faking to be on the phone, also writing:
“Ugh! AS IF! #Cher #Halloween #Costume2.”
“90s realness sis, totally here for the nostalgic feels,” one fan wrote, with another writing; “Yassss! Love this!” More after the video.
Chanel, whose 2019 hits included the dominatrix-inspired “Sharon Stoned” and pin-up, 50’s style “Anchors,” has just dropped her latest EP. “America’s Sweetheart,” which includes the pandemic-penned “No Plans” and has brought West Coast shirtless and lying on a U.S. flag, has been receiving major promo on her Instagram, with the rapper also sharing the “No Plans” video – here, she’s bikini-clad in glitter and shot inside a $50 million mansion.
“I called this album America’s Sweetheart because it’s an oxymoron and contradicts the perception that many have of me,” Chanel said. Scroll for more.
Chanel, who has been big-time thanking “Ridiculousness” co-star and former “Fantasy Factory” face Rob Dydrek for giving a “b-tch” a job all those years ago, has also been admitting that she isn’t perfect. Continuing on her new album, the rapper said:
“I have flaws. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve benefitted from white privilege and I’ve had second chances in life that, unfortunately, many people have not received.”
The 19-track album also includes tracks “Heavens Waiting” and already-released single “Black Roses.” Chanel, who has actually had producers telling her to “sing more” and rap less, is clearly proving the haters can shove it.