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 October 31

by Carolina

The stars go all out for spooky season!

The Today Show Halloween

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Halloween is here and celebrities are feeling the spirit as they debut their costumes leading up to All Hallows Eve. To start, the team at NBC’s Today show put on a Football Fright in America for their big 2021 Halloween episode. Hoda Kotb dressed as Carrie Underwood, who performs the theme song for Sunday Night Football. Savannah Guthrie and Jenna Bush Hager came out as cheerleaders, while Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones channeled past Super Bowl Halftime performers, the Weeknd and Bruno Mars, respectively. 

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Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa

Live with Kelly and Ryan 2021 Halloween costumes

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Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa pulled out all the stops as usual during their Halloween episode, including one bit where Ted Lasso had tea with one of the Bridgerton siblings.

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Kelly Ripa

Live with Kelly and Ryan 2021 Halloween costumes

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Let’s get physical! Ripa channeled Jane Fonda from her popular workout videos in the ’80s. 

Ryan Seacrest

Live with Kelly and Ryan 2021 Halloween costumes

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Not to be outdone, Seacrest sported a pair of striped Dolphin shorts and a curly wig as fitness guru Richard Simmons.

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Mindy Kaling

“So I live for Halloween costumes,” Mindy Kaling wrote on Instagram. “This year I decided to dress as a few female comedy legends in some of their iconic lewks. Can you guess who I am???” 

Answer: Amber Ruffin, Ali Wong, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Issa Rae, and Reese Witherspoon’s Elle Woods.

Jamie Lee Curtis

Halloween Kills costume red carpet premiere

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Scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis paid tribute to her mother Janet Leigh’s character Marion Crane in Psycho at the premiere for Halloween Kills.

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Judy Greer

Halloween Kills costume red carpet premiere

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Meanwhile, Judy Greer channeled Diane Keaton in Annie Hall. La-di-da, la-di-da…

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Sabrina Dhowre Elba and Idris Elba

Celebs in Halloween costumes

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Idris Elba and his wife, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, got into the spirit at Annabel’s Halloween Party in London. 

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Micheal Ward

Celebs in Halloween costumes

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So did actor Micheal Ward (The Old Guard), who was all smiles in his devil horns and Pac-Man suit.

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Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark and Ella Richards

Celebs in Halloween costumes

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It was hard to tell Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark and model Ella Richards (the granddaughter of Keith Richards) apart since they were dressed as the twins from The Shining

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Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens took us back to high school! The actress was a witch cheerleader. In a video with her best friend GG Magree, the pair recreated a cheer from the classic 2000 cheerleading movie Bring It On.

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Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Ellen DeGeneres dressed as her future self during The Ellen DeGeneres Show‘s last Halloween episode ever. “I decided to go as Future Ellen,” she told her audience after rolling out on a tricked-out motorized scooter. “This is my future. Apparently, this is what my writers and costume people think I will look like in the future.”

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Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss and Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres Show

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DeGeneres’ sidekick tWitch followed suit, envisioning what he might look like when he’s 79.

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Kelly Clarkson

The Kelly Clarkson Show

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Who ya gonna call? Kelly Clarkson, actually, ’cause she’s suited up as a Ghostbuster for The Kelly Clarkson Show.

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Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall

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Talk show host Tamron Hall had a very specific costume this year. She played supermodel Naomi Campbell, but particularly Naomi Campbell when she fell on the runway during a Vivienne Westwood fashion show in Paris in 1993.

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Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews

The Drew Barrymore Show

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Drew Barrymore took viewers on a time-traveling journey through different eras with multiple costume changes for The Drew Barrymore Show. First stop: The 1920s, where she rocked this 1920s’ flapper look alongside frequent guest Ross Mathews‘ Charlie Chaplin.

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Drew Barrymore… again

The Drew Barrymore Show

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Barrymore was totally ’80s as Madonna, circa “Like a Virgin,” while Mathews made for a perfect Boy George.

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Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews

The Drew Barrymore Show

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Representing the ’90s, Barrymore and Mathews disguised themselves as a grunge couple from Seattle.

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Drew Barrymore

The Drew Barrymore Show

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Barrymore also gave viewers a glimpse at what she might look like in the future.

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The Talk cohosts

The Talk

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Meanwhile, over at The Talk, the hosts were having their own Halloween party. Akbar Gbajabiamila came out as Bruno Mars in the singer’s 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards outfit, Amanda Kloots dressed as Lady Gaga, Sheryl Underwood dressed as Lizzo, Jerry O’Connell rocked a Harry Styles look, and Natalie Morales went as Ariana Grande. 

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Natalie Morales and Jerry O’Connell

The Talk

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The Talk stars also brought wardrobe changes. Morales doubled as soccer player Megan Rapinoe, while O’Connell went as Tom Brady. 

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Sheryl Underwood

The Talk

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And Underwood brought out an NFL quarterback Lamar Jackson costume. 

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Amanda Kloots

The Talk

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Kloots also channeled ice skier Lindsey Vonn. 

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Whoopi Goldberg

The View

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The View went with a Broadway theme for their 2021 Halloween show — The Viewsical! Whoopi Goldberg made a hilarious, hungry Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors.

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Ana Navarro

The View

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As Eva Perón, Ana Navarro lip-synced “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” from Evita to kick off the broadcast.

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Joy Behar

The View

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Joy Behar found herself doing the “Time Warp” as Magenta from the Rocky Horror Show.

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Sara Haines

The View

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Sara Haines made for a sexy Satine from Moulin Rouge.

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Sunny Hostin

The View

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Sunny Hostin took center stage look as Deena Jones from Dreamgirls.

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Rachael Ray and John Cusimano

Halloween Celebs

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Rachael Ray and her husband, John Cusimano, made for a couple of cute party animals while whipping up some treats on the Rachael Ray Show.

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Lizzo

Lizzo performs onstage during the Ghost Town Halloween Party with Parcast’s “Obsessed” hosts Benito Skinner and Mary Beth Barone, prestented by Spotify on October 29, 2021 in West Hollywood, California.

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Lizzo summoned the Force (and the green face paint) to perform in full Baby Yoda regalia at the Spotify Ghost Town Halloween Party in West Hollywood on Friday.

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Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson and Prince Michael Jackson attend the “Thriller Night” Halloween Party hosted by Prince Michael Jackson and The Heal Los Angeles Foundation on October 29, 2021 in Encino, California.

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Paris Jackson tapped into her artistic side for Halloween, slapping on a ginger beard, paint splatters, and an oversized straw hat to channel Post-Impressionist Vincent van Gogh. Jackson, who attended her brother Prince’s L.A.-set Thriller Night Halloween party, also wore a patch depicting van Gogh’s severed ear in a jar.

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