Halloween used to be a carefree holiday that was nothing but fun and spooky but nowadays it seems that October 31st is becoming harder and harder to navigate.
And two Real Housewives learned that the hard way this year. It seems that no matter what you do someone has something to say about it.
Teresa Giudice and Heather Dubrow both came under fire for their daughter’s Halloween costumes this year.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s youngest daughter Audriana was a dolled-up, glamorous movie star, while the former Real Housewives of Orange County star’s daughter Kat was Tiger Lily from Peter Pan.
Some fans told Teresa that Audriana was too young to be wearing so much makeup. While other’s felt that Kat’s Tiger Lily costume as cultural appropriation since the character is Native American.
Either way, people were offended by both costumes.
Well, both Teresa and Heather defended their kids and their costume choices.
Teresa’s defended Audriana’s costume and her wearing making telling fans, “It’s Halloween…to each their own but today it’s OK for me.”
Meanwhile, Heather told fans “I appreciate your comment, but I think the point is that when you’re celebrating a culture, it’s fine – the problem is when races are being exploited or made fun of. Just my opinion.”
I think these are kids and they should be enjoying Halloween. I find neither costume offense at all. What’s a movie star without makeup? And Kat is a character from a beloved children’s movie. Move on people there are more important things to be offended about in this world than kids Halloween costumes.
Do you find Kat and Audriana’s Halloween costumes offensive? Thoughts on Teresa and Heather’s responses?
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