Some of the best Halloween costumes are those that pay homage to integral parts of pop culture, and they don’t always have to be completely spooky. Sometimes, you and your best friend can get together and take on one of the best friendships to ever hit television.
So when Sophia Bush gave a shout out to her on-screen (and off) bestie, she also included photos of fans around the world who dressed up as Brooke and Peyton for Halloween. We think it’s one of the top costumes ourselves, so we’re glad both Sophia and Hilarie got to see so many people who still have a piece of their hearts left in Tree Hill.
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Happy Halloween to my OG @hilarieburton — I mean look at what babies we were! — and all you babes SERVING your best Ravens Cheerleaders costumes this year. The #BrookeAndPeyton love is strong! Also, honorable mention for that badass C/B pumpkin artistry! You cuties! #GoRavens #HoesOverPsychos #BDavis #PSawyer #LoveRectanglePlusOne #HappyHalloween #WhoLetMeCutMyHairLikeThat #AndWhy #tbt
As Peyton and Brooke grew older on One Tree Hill, their bond only strengthened, through boy drama and high school drama and the totally escalated drama that seemed to inhabit Tree Hill, they were the type of friendship goals everyone had. Yes, even with the dark moments that existed within their friendship.
From Clothes Over Bros, P. Sawyer and B. Davis, and the way Peyton’s daughter has Brooke’s name; they’re the lifelong bond type of relationship.
My best friend –OK this one is so important; choose wisely, I got really lucky with mine. My best friend is funny, intelligent, creative, beautiful, and successful, and very kind. She’s also impulsive, frustrating, um complicated, childish, but I would not have her any other way. And the best part about Brooke Davis is that she always puts friends first. So if you are ever in any kind of trouble, you know who to call. I can’t think of anyone I’d rather have watching over you.
Have you and your bestie ever channeled Brooke and Peyton for your Halloween costumes? Let us know.
‘…but I knew him’