How to Dress Like YouTube’s Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul for Halloween
The year 2019 has blessed us with an abundance of memes, sensational scammers, and viral celeb moments—all ripe for the picking this #SpookySzn. ELLE.com is here to help you win Hallowmeme with our complete guide to costumes for people who love the Internet.
Who are Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul?
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The phenomenon that is Jana begins and ends in the public eye. Both are YouTube personalities and Professional Famous People. They each found themselves embroiled in controversy before their well-documented love story. In 2018, Mongeau intended to launch TanaCon, a response to the popular VidCon. It was later compared to the Fyre Fest for the event's lack of organization and perceived false claims about attendance.
Paul is the brother of fellow controversial YouTuber Jake. In 2017, he was released from his commitment on the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark after receiving complaints from neighbors over numerous pranks and parties at his home. Paul and Mongeau got engaged at her 21st birthday party in June 2019 after about two months together. In July, the couple got married in a highly-publicized Las Vegas wedding, which was filmed by MTV. Soon after, rumors about the validity of the couple's marriage and relationship abounded. In July, Mongeau tweeted, "i'm feeling feisty:i dont care if u think my wedding's real. i don't care if u think my marriage is real. i don't care if u think Jake and I don't love each other. i don't care if u think getting married fast is a bad idea. i don't care if you think it's gonna last. OOPS!"
You should wear this costume if…
You've ever secretly binge-watched the couple's videos. You're not alone—the newlyweds have nearly 25 million YouTube subscribers between them.
How to get it:
Snakeskin Skirt and Top
Pretty Little Thing