Try to beat this Halloween costume before the week is over.
While the spooky holiday may still be a couple of days away, that didn't stop Russell Wilson and Ciara's kids from celebrating early.
In new photos posted on social media, the "I Bet" singer shared photos from a festive Halloween photo shoot. Let's just say Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson would be totally impressed.
In costumes perfected by Michael Costello, Future Jr. channeled the late King of Pop with a pink tuxedo. As for Sienna, she rocked her pink dress and feather boa while grabbing the mic and channeling her inner pop star. "The Jacksons," Ciara captioned the photos on Instagram before receiving rave reviews from friends and fans including Janet herself.
Michael spilled exclusive details on the great lengths taken to bring Ciara's creative vision to life, telling E! News she was "very hands on" throughout the design process. Working under a tight deadline, the world-famous designer said it took between three and four days to complete Future Jr. and Sienna's ensembles and each cost between $1,200 to $1,400.
"I think the costumes are just super special because they're fun, they're youthful, they're a timeless classic," Costello told us. "I like that Ciara wanted to do something vintage-inspired and super adorable. I love the thought and creative process behind it. It's just fun! And it's refreshing because I'm kind of sick and tired of seeing superheroes and zombies everywhere."
And for those curious to know which concert they are reenacting, the fans quickly remembered a famous show with Michael and Janet online. Pretty good rendition, right?
Perhaps this year's epic costumes shouldn't come as a total surprise to fans. After all, Ciara has been known to go all out for the final day of October.
Last year, the "I Bet" singer turned heads for all the right reasons when she attended a Halloween event in New York City as Black Panther's Nakia.
And in 2016, she teamed up with Russell for a unique rendition of President Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton.
With trick or treating scheduled for Thursday night, perhaps another family costume is just days away. While it's going to be hard to top last year's Wakanda, we can't wait to see what this crew has lineed up.
In the meantime, we're stepping up our costumes before it's too late.
-Reporting by Alli Rosenbloom