When you are a celebrity choose what to wear on Halloween, especially if you are invited to exclusive parties, is an operation that has many difficulties. There are those who manage to amaze every year – like Heidi Klum – those who, however, are satisfied with the bare minimum, like Justin Bieber, who every year seems to choose the first thing he finds in the wardrobe. In the end, there are those who get everything wrong like Charli D’Amelio who, this year, chose to dress like a cashier Walmartthe large US hypermarket chain. This choice was not liked at all by online users who cannot see there is nothing funny about making fun of, by choosing to dress in this way, “thousands of people who work, often for a minimum wage, many hours a day”as many have commented on X (former Twitter).
The primary intent of the queen of TikTok was to promote his new line of snacks, Be Happy Snacksold right in stores Walmart. So, with Halloween just around the corner, it must have seemed like a good idea to dress up as one of the store’s employees. In the video he published on his profiles, D’Amelio can be seen particularly smiling as he scans various products at the checkout which are then bagged by a real employee of Walmart. On social media, many have wondered why rich and famous people have so much fun dressing up as people doing ordinary jobs or turning something that each of us does every day into experiences, such as shopping, washing the car or going in a fast food restaurant (the clear reference to Kim Kardashian’s party last year, filmed by the cameras of her reality show, which showed ordering hamburgers and chips in a fast food restaurant as an absurd event).
For now, Charli D’Amelio has not yet responded to the criticism, but we’re pretty sure it won the award for worst Halloween costume of 2023. Let’s hope that, for next year, he chooses something different: a vampire, a witch, a zombie, as the most classic of traditions dictates.
Source: Vanity Fair
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