Full size or fun size? Isn't that always what you want to know about celebrities on Halloween? Do they go all out and give away the big candy bars -- or even the king size ones which would be such a find for the kids trick or treating in that neighborhood -- or do they stick with the puny little snack size bars?
Even Luke Bryan knows that that choice is a crucial one.
"You can find out a lot about your neighbors by what kind of candy they put out," he said in a recent radio interview, hinting that Snickers and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups would probably be this year's treat at the Bryan house. But no popcorn balls. And no Dots.
"You get Dots one time of year, and they pull your teeth," he said.
No word on what Bryan, his wife and sons are dressing up as this year.
But Dierks Bentley? He has a whole family costume theme ready to go.
"A lot of [Evie's] other friends are being princesses," he said of his 5-year-old daughter. "She is going to be an Oompa Loompa, which I love. We got the Willy Wonka thing going on. I will be Willy Wonka. Jordan will be an Oompa Loompa, as well. My wife has unfortunately been cast as Violet, which requires a very large blueberry costume."
Bentley didn't mention if his newborn son Knox would be in costume. Maybe he could just be an Everlasting Gobstopper.
I do hope he brings a camera to capture the whole Wonka crew. I'd love to see photos of the family all dressed up, but mostly I'm just dying to see Bentley in a purple velvet duster, top hat and bow tie.