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The Second Annual Rocktober Lip Sync War Is On!
The co-hosts of CBS's hit show The Talk are back this Halloween, for their second-annual "Rocktober Lip Sync War" show.
Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood will transform into some of music's biggest icons — and compete against one another with over-the-top lip sync performances.
Click through to see who they'll be impersonating and what they'll be wearing — and then tune into The Talk on Halloween to see the show go down. Check your local listings for showtimes.
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Julie Chen Strikes a Pose as Madonna ... Again!
Last year, Julie Chen got the Material Girl makeover, transforming into Madonna circa her 1989 hit "Express Yourself."
This year, Chen, 46, returns to the best-selling female artist of all time — this time, donning her Victorian-era look from Madge's 1990 MTV Video Music Awards performance of "Vogue."
Strike a pose, indeed!
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Sara Gilbert Turns Back Time as Cher
Cher has many iconic looks. But for The Talk, Sara Gilbert rewound to the 70-year-old pop icon's video for her 1989 worldwide hit "If I Could Turn Back Time."
Gilbert, 41, has got the black leotard, tipped fishnets and big curly hair down pat. And we're sure there's a handful of off-duty sailors waiting in the wings. You'll have to tune into The Talk to see if she recreated Cher's booty tattoo too ....
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Diamonds Are Sharon Osborne's Best Friend
No, that's not Sharon Osbourne as Madonna in her "Material Girl" video. And no — she's not doing some elaborate Smash cosplay either.
That's Sharon Osbourne as the original blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe.
The 64-year-old host has mimicked Monroe's signature pink gown, sparkily jewels and blonde bob perfectly — taken from her performance of "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" from the classic 1953 film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Now where did that crew of tuxedo-clad men behind her run off to?
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Hello? Is It She You're Looking for?
Aisha Tyler will clearly be the host on The Talk to "raise the roof and have some fun."
She's portraying singer-songwriter Lionel Richie from his 1983 music video "All Night Long."
While the 46-year-old comic won't be "Dancing on the Ceiling" this time around, expect to see her strutting in the streets with a group of dancers. "Party, karambo, fiesta, forever!"
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Good Golly Miss Sheryl!
A whop bop-a-lu-bop a whop bam BOO!
Sheryl Underwood takes things to the next level, channeling Little Richard with a performance of his 1955 break-out song "Tutti Frutti."
The 52-year-old comic will surely keep fans a-rockin' as she rips it up as Richard. She's got the bright-colored suit, the piano, the mullet and mustache in check. Now let's just see if she can hit Richard's signature wild performance style!
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