October 31, 2016 09:10 AM

The Good Morning America team is in the Halloween spirit!

The morning anchors revealed their spooky duds during Monday’s show, kicking off, what they called, their “spookiest GMA.”

Lara Spencer stepped in to the “haunted studio” dressed as “Lara-Zander Hamilton” in old style clothing — a play on Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s portrayal of Alexander Hamilton in musical Hamilton.

Spencer, 47, got into character, doing the show’s Pop News segment completely in rhyme — very Lin-Manuel-esque.

While Lara-Zander was present, Robin Roberts , George Stephanopoulos and Amy Robach teased that the real Spencer was lost in the “haunted studio.”

In a video of Spencer’s journey through the creepy studio, the anchor encountered a wax-figure of Stephanopoulos, a haunted tricycle, Strahan trapped in a wall and twin Robachs.

“I don’t know what’s going on. I’m freezing, I’m hungry, I’m cranky,” Spencer said. “There were two Amys, they both look fabulous.”

Roberts, 55, pulled out all the stops for her costume, dressing as Ash Ketchum from Pokemon. The team then did some Pokemon hunting in the studio, using plush Poke-balls and costumed actors as the Pokemon — so, no cell phones necessary.

The crew also welcomed a special guest for Halloween: Alfonso Ribeiro.

Ribeiro, dressed as a Ghostbuster, helped Roberts and Stephanopoulos, 55, (who decided to forego a costume) catch Pokemon throughout the studio. The crew ultimately came across Robach, 43, dressed as singer Sia, with a leotard-clad mini-Sia in tow.

Lastly, GMA newbie Michael Strahan, 44, made his costume reveal, joining the gang dressed as Pikachu — or “Michaelchu.”

Ribeiro wasn’t the only star to join the GMA crew, Dancing with the Stars favorites Maksim Chmerkovskiy and a very pregnant Peta Murgatroyd showed up dressed as The Joker and Harley Quinn. Sara Haines dressed as a Ghostbuster along with Ribeiro.

T.J. Holmes joined the anchors dressed as Tyler Perry’s Madea.

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