It looks like Paris Hilton is giving fans some serious 90s throwback vibes this Halloween.
On Saturday morning, she shared a few snaps of this year’s Halloween costume dressed as everyone’s favorite childhood hero… the one and only Sailor Moon!
Paris Hilton Recreates Her ‘Childhood Icon’ Sailor Moon This Halloween
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In an Instagram carousel full of fun photos, the 41-year-old socialite revealed that she decided to go as her “childhood icon” Sailor Moon for Halloween. She captioned the post, “Dressed up as my Childhood icon Sailor Moon Happy #Halloween! 🎃🌙💖 #SailorMoon 👑💫 #ThatsHot 🔥🧚🏻♀️.”
Of course, Sailor Moon wouldn’t have gotten far without Tuxedo Mask coming to her aid on her very first mission, which is why Paris got her husband, 41-year-old entrepreneur Carter Reum to play the part.
Paris Hilton Is ‘Sliving Evil By Moonlight’ Dressed As Sailor Moon This Halloween!
Fans and famous friends had nothing but love for her sultry snaps, with Nikita Dragun writing, “WOW. PARIS MOON. SLIVING EVIL BY MOONLIGHT.”
“Only the best girls take the role of Sailor Moon 😍🌙 You look fabulous! 💖,” one fan commented. “Adorable! we need a Sailor Moon live-action starring you! would be a dream! 👑❤️💯🌷 ,” another follower wrote. “So cute 😍 you’re a superhero to all your Little Hiltons ❤️,” a third fan chimed in.
“Love you Paris 😚💜🌙🌹🌟🐈⬛ I will dress up as you one year as well queen! 👸🏼You were one of my childhood icons as well 💖,” another follower shared. “My teenhood icon dressed as my childhood icon. 😍❤️,” another fan added. “Paris you’re so beautiful 😍,” another follower gushed as plenty of fans commented on the post with her signature catchphrase, “That’s hot.”
Take A Trip Down Nostalgia Lane With Sailor Moon!
If you don’t feel old yet, Sailor Moon originally got her start appearing in the manga magazine Nakayoshi. The manga ran from 1991 to 1997, which means Sailor Moon is now over 30 years old! The manga follows the adventures of a schoolgirl named Usagi Tsukino who is kind of lazy, a poor student, and loves to eat. However, that all changes (at least somewhat) when she meets a cat named Luna, who gives her a magical artifact that helps her transform into Sailor Moon.
Through her adventures, she meets Sailor Guardians who represent each of the planets (yes, Sailor Pluto still counts here!), and her long-lost love, Prince Endymion, who was reborn as Mamoru Chiba. Although Usagi and Mamoru don’t really hit it off at first, their love story begins to unfold as they remember their past lives in the Moon Kingdom.
Their romance faces obstacles from the forces of evil, and even occasionally from their own daughter, Chibiusa, who comes back to visit them from a future known as “Crystal Tokyo,” which is ruled by Neo Queen Serenity, who is really Usagi in the future (yes, really!).
The manga was developed into an anime series produced by Toei Animation and was released in Japan from 1992 to 1997, along with three animated feature films, a TV special, and three short films based on the original anime. A live-action TV version of the show called “Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon” was released in 2003, but only aired for one season. In 2014, a second anime series, called “Sailor Moon Crystal,” was released for three seasons and followed the story of the manga a bit more closely.
There have also been companion books, novels, stage musicals, video games, tabletop games, and even theme park attractions dedicated to the beloved franchise. For fans who are looking to binge the franchise from the top, the first season of the show is simply called Sailor Moon. The second season is Sailor Moon R, followed by Sailor Moon S, then Sailor Moon SuperS, and finally, Sailor Moon Sailor Stars.
The “Sailor Moon Crystal” anime series had three seasons, which originally ran from 2014 to 2016. The first season begins with the Dark Kingdom, the second season is called Black Moon, and the third season is called Death Busters.
Instead of binging classic Halloween classics this year, Paris Hilton may have just given her 20.7 million Instagram followers a great reason to start watching Sailor Moon again!