Which Morning TV Host Had the Best Halloween Costume?
From the swinging 1970s to scary characters, this is how TV hosts celebrated the day.
Ellen kicked things off on Wednesday as she was makin’ money moves dressed as Cardi B. But she called herself “Cardi E.”
The Bronx rapper even surprised the daytime host for a meta meeting of the minds.
The “Good Morning America” hosts hustled it all the way back to the 1970s as they channeled the beloved disco era of New York City and the heyday of Studio 54, which was just up the block from their studios.
Robin Roberts rocked a Donna Summer outfit, while Amy Robach and Sara Haines channeled Sonny and Cher. Lara Spencer was Liza Minnelli, and Sam Champion took it all to the YMCA as the Village People. The trio of Michael Strahan, Gio Benitez and Wit Johnson were stayin’ alive as the Bee Gees.
The hosts of “The View” gave things a scary spin, showing up as their favorite horror movie characters.
Whoopi Goldberg was Church, the cat from “Pet Sematary,” Abby Huntsman was “Carrie,” Sunny Hostin was Pennywise from “IT” and Joy Behar and Meghan McCain were the creepy twins from “The Shining.”
Over at the “Today” show, each host dressed as their favorite movie or television character who loves to dance. Savannah Guthrie was Olivia Newton-John’s Sandy from “Grease,” while Hoda Kotb was the star of another John Travolta movie, Tony Manero in “Saturday Night Fever.” Al Roker was Carlton Banks from the NBC classic “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
Kelly Ripa once again pulled out all the stops on “Live! With Kelly and Ryan,” as they showed off a variety of costumes ranging from “The Addams Family” to “Cats.”
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