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Fans question how Kevin Hart 'made height look the same' with Tyrion Lannister halloween costume

Tom Wood

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Fans question how Kevin Hart 'made height look the same' with Tyrion Lannister halloween costume

Kevin Hart has been trolled mercilessly online for his Halloween costume last night, because people think it made him look even smaller than he really is.

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Obviously, the comedian and film star is fairly diminutive to start with, standing at only five foot two inches, but his choice of Halloween costume this year was someone even smaller than him.

The 43-year-old decided that he wanted to dress up at Tyrion Lannister, the Game of Thrones character they call ‘The Imp’ because he is a dwarf.

As ever, you have to admire his sense of humour, and the costume was actually pretty good too.

He was wearing the gold and red of House Lannister, a slightly emo-looking wig, and carrying Tyrion’s signature cup around, presumably containing some wine.

However, fans have noticed that he appears to be even shorter than he really is, with one fan pointing out: “Dude how did you even make the height same?”

Kevin Hart as Tyrion Lannister. Credit: Kevin Hart/Instagram
Kevin Hart as Tyrion Lannister. Credit: Kevin Hart/Instagram

Another said: “Winter came early Kev, you shrunk.”

Whilst most people seemed to get what Kevin was aiming for with his costume, not everyone did.

In fact, there are a load of people who had their own theories, ranging from ‘Napoleon’ to ‘Lord Farquaad’.

To tell the truth, there are hundreds of people who commented to say that he looked like Lord Farquaad.

In case you aren’t aware – or need a reminder – Lord Farquaad was another tiny wee lord with a load of money and an axe to grind about his height.

This character was from Shrek rather than Game of Thrones though.

Here's the real Game of Thrones star. Credit: HBO
Here's the real Game of Thrones star. Credit: HBO

Played by John Lithgow, Lord Maximus – did you know that? – Farquaad entreated the movie’s titular ogre and his donkey friend off to rescue Princess Fiona in the first Disney/Pixar outing for the whole team.

It would simply take up too much of the internet to list all of the people calling Hart ‘Lord Farquaad’ underneath his post, but believe us when we tell you it’s plenty.

Hart has got previous for a cheeky Halloween costume, too.

Just last year he dressed up as his celebrity mate Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, but in his younger days.

Hart donned yet another wig, stuck on a black rollneck jumper and a chain, and wore a bumbag just to really set the whole thing off.

Kevin Hart as The Rock and The Rock as The Rock. Credit: Instagram/Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart as The Rock and The Rock as The Rock. Credit: Instagram/Kevin Hart

He then shared a picture of his effort with an original picture of The Rock with the caption: “This s*** makes me laugh.”

Then, he set off and showed up at the Brahma Bull’s house, where he was asked: "Why are you dressed like that?"

Hart hit back: "Because it's my costume.

“All you've got to do is go to the costume store and say 'make me look stupid'."

The Rock then offered up some candy, before telling Hart: "No, you don't get that at all. Here's what you get, it's bitesize... tiny... mini, like you. Put that in your fanny pack."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Kevin Hart/HBO

Topics: Celebrity, Halloween, Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Game of Thrones, TV and Film, HBO

Tom Wood
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