Colton Haynes As 'The Little Mermaid's Ursula Effectively Steals Halloween From The Rest Of Us — PHOTOS

Forget about the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. There's a new holiday ruiner in town, and his crime is far more heinous. The unjustly perfect Colton Haynes has turned dark, friends. He has officially become "The Actor Who Ruined Halloween For Everyone Else." You see, Haynes went as Ursula from The Little Mermaid, who also happens to be my all-time favorite villain, for a Halloween party and it was perhaps one of the best costumes I have ever had the privilege of laying my eyes on. But, the thing is, dude has already stolen all of our thunder, and it's not even Halloween yet. *Shakes fist* Damn you, Haynes!

It's hard to be too mad about it, because the actor didn't just dress as Ursula, he became Ursula, with his heart, soul, and Instagram account. After all, if you're going to be a villain that deliciously devious, the maniacal attitude is half of the costume. Another especially bright spot in Haynes's portrayal of Ariel's foe? He updated Disney fans on new and different facets of her personality that we may have not known otherwise. But enough of me waxing poetic. Check out Haynes' documentation of his night as Ursula below, laugh, and then grit your teeth with me in envy.

A Sensual Shot To Start Off The Night

As one does.

A New Head Shot To Send To The Disney Villains Talent Agency

Tbh, it's been a while since she's gotten any work.

A Picture With Her Unlikely Bestie, Sailor Moon

Word on the street is that they met at a hot yoga class and have been inseparable ever since.

Tinder Bio Details, As Per Ursula:

She Likes Diners

This factoid should at least be enough to garner interest to click and see more pictures.

Good Times With Good Friends

Who knew she even had friends? You know, other than Flotsam and Jetsam.

Her Legions Of Faithful Social Media Followers

The self-importance of this shout out is very in character.

And Group Selfies, Of Course

But, most of all, she likes referring to herself in the third person.

*Sigh* In a surprising turn of events, it might actually be my Halloween-loving heart that grew three sizes this day. I'm jealous, man, but I can appreciate a superior Halloween costume when I see one.