Celebrities who think it's always Halloween take off their masks

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Halloween is upon us, but for some celebrities, Halloween isn't just October 31 -- it's every day of the year. From the glamorous to the downright horrifying, these folks get dressed up in costume all the time. So on Halloween, instead of seeing them dressed up, we're taking a look at them without their masks.

Perhaps the most shocking is Marilyn Manson, the goth rocker known for wearing stark white makeup with dark lipstick and eyeliner, positively transforms when the cosmetics come off and his hair is more natural hue.

Celebrities who are always in costume:

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Celebrities who think it's always Halloween take off their masks

Marilyn Manson is known controversial stage personality and goth makeup. He almost always dons red lipstick and dark eyeliner, and his hair is dyed jet black. 

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Here Marilyn Manson can be seen with no makeup and a more neutral hair color on a pal's Instagram.

Lady Gaga is almost always rocking a bizarre look. From an all meat dress to a getup made up entirely of Kermit the Frog dolls, she's always in costume.

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Lady Gaga posted this fresh-faced selfie on Instagram with no makeup.

Taylor Momsen, former Gossip Girl star and front woman of The Pretty Reckless, normally rocks dark eyeshadow and burgundy lipstick.

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The musician wore considerably less makeup at an Alice and Olivia event in 2013. 

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Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel de Homen Christo of Daft Punk always wear helmets to cover their faces. Here they arrive on the red carpet for the 56th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

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Here the duo arrive at Roissy airport with their five Grammys awards and their helmets in their luggage in Paris, France on January 29, 2014.

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DJ Deadmau5 usually wears a massive mouse head while performing onstage.  Here he arrives at The 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

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Here the DJ attends an event in Los Angeles on January 12, 2013 in Los Angeles, California, without his massive mouse head.

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Bjork is known for a wide array of bizarre costumes. Here she performs on Day 9 of the RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest on July 13, 2013 in Ottawa, Canada.

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The Icelandic singer went nearly makeup-less to a UN event on November 6, 2008, in Brussels.


Corey Taylor, singer of the US metal band Slipknot, almost always wears a mask to perform, though not necessarily the same one. The entire band dons different masks for each album, often referencing death. Here Taylor performs  in Interlaken, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 14, 2009.

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Corey Taylor, left, reacts with band member Shawn Crahan after speaking about the death of bassist Paul Gray during a news conference, without his usual mask.

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Alice Cooper, who frequently draws on horror movies to shock his audience, performs at The Macon Centreplex on October 18, 2014 in Macon, Georgia.

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Here the musician attends a screening in New York City wearing significantly less makeup on October 27, 2014.

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Gene Simmons of KISS is known for white and black face paint and a costume, shown here on Oct. 11, 2012, in New York.

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But that's not how the rock star always looks. Here he dresses down for an event on October 19, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

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