Although one of her musical idols has spawned one of 2010's most popular Halloween costumes, [article id="1650474"]Willow Smith doesn't plan to go trick-or-treating as Lady Gaga[/article] this year. Nope, the 9-year-old upstart intends to dress up as ... herself.
"I'm gonna be myself, and I'm gonna go around the neighborhood saying, 'Do you like Willow Smith?' And then I'm gonna be like, 'Ta-da! It's me,' " the Roc Nation artist explained.
While it seems a rather unusual idea for a costume, the tween singer's 10th birthday happens to fall on Halloween, and that may account, in part, for Smith's unwillingness to don a disguise. But more likely, the "Whip My Hair" singer, whose mantra is "the best thing is you," just happens to realize that it's pretty cool to be Willow.
For Halloween-ers who want to follow suit, keep in mind that being Willow, à la her [article id="1650281"]"Whip My Hair" video[/article], requires a trip to your local beauty-supply outpost. From heart-shaped braids to fuchsia-frosted locks, Willow's hairdos — and those of her [article id="1650565"]Warriorettes crew[/article] — would take honors at an Atlanta hair show and are key to miming her style. (A hot-glue gun and an abundance of rhinestones, studs and grommets will get you halfway there.)
One rather edible-looking 'do in particular ranks as Smith's favorite from the colorful clip: "The cotton-candy one, the one with the big-old balls of cotton candy, 'cause it was very crazy." But boys and girls attempting the look should be crafty; the pink poof is synthetic and took some serious scissor-work. "We had to cut it and snip it and do all that stuff," Smith warned.
What do you think of Willow's Halloween costume idea? What will you be? Tell us in the comments!