HEEBIE-JEEBIES AT HOME OF SUPERSTAR

Halloween wizards Area 51 conjured up mucho magic at the biggest A-list celebrity bash of the year in London! TV superstar Jonathan Ross once again entrusted the firm with making over his mansion for his annual party. Area 51 spectacularly transformed the exterior of the star’s large residence at Hampstead into a bewitching home of Halloween heebie-jeebies, honed for the scores of celebrities who turned up AND thousands of local neighbours.

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Halloween wizards Area 51 conjured up mucho magic at the biggest A-list celebrity bash of the year in London! TV superstar Jonathan Ross once again entrusted the firm with making over his mansion for his annual party. Area 51 spectacularly transformed the exterior of the star’s large residence at Hampstead into a bewitching home of Halloween heebie-jeebies, honed for the scores of celebrities who turned up AND thousands of local neighbours.

Having been commissioned to carry out the revamp each year for more than a decade, Area 51 continued its impressive track record of creating something different on each occasion and this time round Ross’s grounds was turned into a maze of spooky Victorian circus sideshows exhibiting a collection of freaks and creatures.

Among the scenery was a giant clown face entrance, ticket booth and oodles of American-styled circus sideshow stalls and booths that dotted around the mansion’s grounds in a maze layout. Killer Klowns from outer space mingled with a giant troll, the headless woman and a crew of other creatures were on duty as Jonathan Ross asked Area 51 to take on board his much-publicised affection for the 1962 Ray Bradbury novel “Something Wicked This Way Comes”

Among the celebrities who turned out on the night were Made In Chelsea’s Ashley James dressed as a racy harlequin styled jester, Strictly Come Dancing’s Shirley Ballas in a figure-hugging catwoman suit and comedian David Walliams masquerading as Ming The Merciless.

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