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hot list from the blaze com over the weekend Dancing with the Stars alum. Julianne Hough brewed some controversy over her Halloween costume. She chose to dress as crazy eyes for the netflix hit orange is the new black well. Some people didn’t like her spray tan but have you ever wondered where all this dressing up comes from what Halloween is or even what we’re actually celebrating well that’s why the questions raised in a story on the blaze calm today as it turns out. Halloween is a 2000-year-old tradition that can be traced back to the land of druids and leprechauns.

Haloween Marked The Day Before What Was

considered New Year’s the spooky Hallowed Eve was first called so in and was believed to be the day that ghosts of the Dead returned to Earth The Celtic priests. who celebrated wore costumes built bonfires and sacrificed animals in tribute. Later Pope Gregory the third declared November first All Saints Day in the day before All Hallows Eve, but once it came to America through European immigrants in the 1800s, Halloween Morphed into dressing up telling ghost stories and going door to door asking for food or money costumes have involved of course to the point where one college campus this year is cracking down the dean at the University of Colorado,-boulder. She wrote a letter to students. Her name is Christina Gonzalez, and what she did was.

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She Condemned A Bunch Of Costumes

for Halloween that she considers offensive overly sexual. Let me give you some of the ideas of what she considers on her note list. She says blackface costumes of course Sombreros over sexualized costumes like geishas stereotypical costumes like Cowboys and Indians and asking for. Or money became trick-or-treating making one of the major parts of Halloween for kids Today all about Candy and it’s a big big deal as Jimmy Kimmel showed us in this very funny segment.

I Eat All Of Your Candy.

What we doing nothing no we ate all your Halloween candy Today it’s estimated four percent of all candy is consumed on Halloween and more than 7 billion dollars is spent on costumes each year, including more than 300 million just on Pets. We’ll check out the blaze calm for this story and more I’m Amy homes from the blaze newsroom in New York City.

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Summary

Julianne Hough brewed some controversy over her Halloween costume . Halloween is a 2000-year-old tradition that can be traced back to the land of druids and leprechauns . Halloween Morphed into dressing up telling ghost stories and going door to door asking for food or money costumes have involved of course to the point where one college campus this year is cracking down the dean at the University of Colorado, Colorado, cracking down on Halloween costumes . Today all about Candy and it’s a big big deal as Jimmy Kimmel showed us in this very funny segment. Jimmy Kimmel has a very funny look at Jimmy Kimmel’s very funny Halloween segment. What we doing nothing no we ate al of the candy. We eat all of your candy. It’s a huge deal. We don’t want to do anything. We want to eat it. We just want to make fun of it. What do you want to laugh at it. It’s a big deal. I’ve got it…. Click here to read more and watch the full video