From Kim Kardashian to Pig-Pen: What Did You Favorite Talk Show Hosts Dress Up as for Halloween?
THE TODAY SHOW
When it comes to Halloween, "go big or go home" seems to be Today's motto – and they more than lived up to it this year, when then entire team celebrated the upcoming release of The Peanuts Movie by dressing up as Charles Schultz's iconic characters. Al Roker took center stage as Charlie Brown, while Matt Lauer brought out his inner Lucy and former anchor Meredith Vieira stopped by as Pig-Pen. Good grief! (The weekend crew kept the spirit going, going incognito as The Voice crew, complete with chairs.)
GOOD MORNING AMERICA
Why settle for just one pop culture reference when you can have all of them? The team at Good Morning America channeled everyone from Taylor Swift and her "Bad Blood" squad (Amy Robach) to Donald Trump (Lara Spencer) and Harry Potter (Dan Harris). Still it was Robin Roberts and T.J. Holmes who stole the show as TV's king and queen, Cookie and Lucious Lyon from Empire.
When your name is Jeannie, it really is only a matter of time before you give in to destiny and become the other TV star named Jeannie. Although, if you ask us, Mai makes the iconic I Dream of Jeannie outfit look even better than it did on the 1960s TV show.
Just in case you ever doubted that The Talk co-host was ***flawless, she settled that debate once and for all by channeling the Queen Bey during her iconic "Single Ladies" era. And, in true Beyoncé fashion, she even had her own army of backup dancers. Bow down!
When you have Harrison Ford on your Halloween show, you really have no choice but to pay tribute to his most iconic film franchise of all: Star Wars. In true Kimmel fashion, though, the host subverted expectations by skipping a Han Solo or Darth Vader costume in favor of Princess Leia. (Buns are a good look on him!)
KELLY RIPA & MICHAEL STRAHAN
From supermodel to superstar chef! The expectant mother proved that her love of all things culinary runs deep when she decided to embody Food Network star Guy Fieri for The FABLife's Halloween episode, from the frosted tips of his hair down to his signature flame-patterned shirt.
Even on Halloween, Banks would settle for nothing less than a multi-million dollar empire, so naturally, the supermodel served when she joined her FABLife co-stars to celebrate.
The Real hosts brightened up the spookiest of holidays with a touch of magic. In addition to Mai's I Dream of Jeannie outfit, Tamera Mowry-Housley was practically perfect in every way as Mary Poppins, Tamar Braxton-Herbert sprinkled pixie dust as Tinkerbell, Loni Love channeled Glinda the Good Witch and Adrienne Bailon fought for truth and justice as Wonder Woman.
The chef/talk show host went back in time – we're talking way back – for Halloween this year, with a prehistoric cavewoman outfit that proves that fur really is perfect for every occasion. She even got her husband, John Cusimano, to join her in the prehistoric era, because every cavewoman needs a caveman by her side.
It's good vs. evil, Disney-style, for the ladies of ABC, including Molly Sims as Cinderella, Paula Faris as her wicked stepmother and Joy Behar as Snow White's scheming queen.