Ken Bone didn't just rule Monday's presidential debate; he's also about to rule Halloween. The undecided voter who immediately shot to viral fame after asking a question about energy at the debate has inspired his own Halloween costume, but it's much less covered up than the sweater-clad man himself. Check out the costume that's putting the "bone" in Ken Bone this Halloween season below.
While the online store Yandy.com avoids using the name Ken Bone, it's pretty obvious that their "Sexy Undecided Voter Costume" is an homage to debate star himself. The costume shrinks down Bone's iconic red sweater to a crop top, and his white undershirt ends above the midriff as well, along with being unbuttoned on top to expose cleavage. And of course, the costume comes equipped with a mustache, glasses, and a microphone, so you can ask sexy questions about sexy energy all sexy night. The one difference from Bone is that the costume comes with blue pants, whereas Bone wore khakis.
But don't get your hopes up yet: Due to Ken Bone's overwhelming popularity right now, the "Sexy Undecided Vote Costume" is already sold out! And at a pricey $99.95, it seems like Yandy really cleaned up on the idea, despite the fact that anyone can really just wear a red sweater and some khakis to get the look. But if your heart is set on the sexy political trend look, Yandy has a few other options for you: the site also carries sexed-up costumes inspired by candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, under the laughable names "Donna T. Rumpshaker Costume" and "Capitol Hill Costume."
This Halloween costume isn't the only enterprise that's attempting to turn Ken Bone into a more risqué figure. On Monday night, the adult entertainment website CamSoda offered Bone $100,000 to appear on its site for an hourlong video session. Though the site said Bone could use the hour for whatever he pleases, it seems pretty clear what CamSoda is actually after.
The Ken Bone craze all began at the second presidential date on Monday night, during which candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head-to-head on various issues. Perhaps viewers were looking for some relief when well into the program, a man in a red, knit pullover calmly and confidently asked the candidates how they would handle America's energy needs if elected.
Some combination of Ken Bone's well-thought question, his eye-catching wardrobe, or the fact that his name is Ken Bone made him the immediate star of the debate online, as he instantly began trending on Twitter.
And thanks to the new Ken Bone costume, you too can become the talk of the night at whatever Halloween party you attend. Err... if you're able to choose a party, that is.