Morning TV Hosts Get into the Halloween Spirit Dressed as 'Peanuts' Gang and Trump
The cast of 'Today,' 'Good Morning America' and 'Live! with Kelly and Michael' all got into the Halloween spirit.
The hosts of Good Morning America and the Today show got into the Halloween spirit on Friday with some eye-popping costumes.
The cast of GMA dressed as different stars, from Donald Trump to Taylor Swift, while the Today show was hosted by the Peanuts gang.
As the costume bonanza got underway, the Today show tweeted: "This is our Super Bowl, our Christmas, our Thanksgiving...we live for this all year long!" -@SavannahGuthrie”
Al Roker was Charlie Brown while Carson Daly dressed up as Linus.
Matt Lauer in a black wig was Lucy while Natalie Morales was Marcie.
Meredith Viera dressed as Pig Pen.
Hoda and Kathie Lee completed the gang dressing as Snoopy and Woodstock.
Over at Good Morning America, George Stephanopoulos was Ed Sheeran.
Robin Roberts and T.J. Holmes played Cookie and Luscious from the hit show Empire.
Lara Spencer channeled her very best Donald Trump.
Amy Robock hit the stage as Taylor Swift from her famous "Bad Blood" video.
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan always go the distance with incredible costumes.
Kelly dressed as Kim Kardashian from the Paper magazine cover that broke the internet, while the former New York Giant was Kanye.
It didn't stop there. They were Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker.
They even performed to Magic Mike parody, with celebrities including Kerry Washington, Kate Hudson, Hugh Jackman and Rob Lowe reviewing the show.
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