Cardi B Rocks a Sexy Marge Simpson Costume for Halloween – Parade Magazine

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Cardi B has solidified herself as a music icon, but now she's ready to gain some fame for her dedication to the fashion world. 

The "Tomorrow 2" singer went all-out with her Halloween costume this year, posing as a very sexy Marge Simpson for Instagram. And while describing the iconic cartoon character as "sexy" seems wrong, everything about Cardi's costume is oh-so-right. 

The award-winning rapper shared a slew of photos to the social media platform earlier today, Oct. 31, and we're not sure how anyone else is supposed to compete with her–especially Lizzo, who also dressed as Marge this year. 

In the first set of images, Cardi painted herself yellow, donned a kiwi green corset, red pumps, and a matching statement necklace, and fastened a blue beehive wig to her head. While the celeb recreated some scenes from The Simpsons, she also made sure to work her own legacy into each photo. 

In the first image, Cardi dusted off her Grammy award, and in the third, a copy of her 2018 record Invasion of Privacy was neatly tucked away in the background. Along with her tattoos, Cardi's tongue and famous laugh made an appearance–as to not forget who the real star of the show is. 

In a second post shared by the 30-year-old artist, Cardi offered fans a "Mugler-inspired" version of Marge, referencing the late French fashion designer Thierry Mugler who was known for his eccentric and extravagant avant-garde designs. 

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In the photos, Cardi wore a sleek, black and white gown outfitted with a crystal cut-out back. Showing off her curves and modeling capabilities, the singer perfectly recreated a 2013 version of Marge initially drawn by the contemporary pop artist aleXsandro Palombo

Her fans couldn't get enough of the cosplay, and many took to the comments to tell her how much they loved these looks. 

"ATEEEEE," exclaimed choreographer Sean Bankhead, while celebrity makeup artist Norvina later added, "loveeeeeee🔥🔥🔥." 

"Oh you won Halloween on G," another follower declared. 

Or, as Marge Simpson would say, "Mhmm, oh, Homie!"

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