Shawn Mendes was Indiana Jones for Halloween! The Canadian-born singer, 24, looked just that Harrison Ford in the classic action-adventure movies as he was photographed on his way to Kendall Jenner‘s 818 Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th. Shawn nailed the look with an open green vest with nothing underneath, a silk leather bag and beige pants. He was spotted heading to the party with the model and Kardashian-Jenner pal Winnie Harlowwho turned out to be Queen Cleopatra.
In other photos shared on his Instagram, the Ontario native added the signature element to Indy’s look: his hat! “Give us the aux,” he wrote in the caption of photos with Winnie. Aux is short for auxiliary cord, which will be used to play music from a phone in a car or via DJ equipment – meaning the singer and model will be more than happy to handle tunes for the party ! It’s unclear if these two actually spun any music, but we have no doubt they’d be able to get a room.
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Fellow Canadians Tate McRae loved Shawn’s costume and said, “It’s so good.” A fan then asked: “What are you playing? The Indiana Jones theme song?” refers to the iconic score music dubbed “The Raiders March”. Another wrote: “You guys look amazing!” — they can say it again.
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Harrison debuted the lovable Indy in 1981’s Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark which has become a timeless classic. He went on to reprise the fictional archaeologist in a number of sequels and spin-off projects, including 1984’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and 1989s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. After a nearly 20-year hiatus, he returned again for 2008’s The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull with Shia LeBeouf and is set for a final fifth film until 2023. Besides the movies, the franchise has spun off popular games and adventure rides at Disneyland and Disney World that include voiceovers and the likeness of Harrison in character as the one and only Indy.