Happy Halloween! If you aren’t prepared yet for the zillion kids who will be at your door tonight, you’d better run get some candy! Across America the young folks are readying for a big chance to grab some sweet treats and ring a few door bells. The festive spirit started this morning with the morning talk show anchors dressing up and revealing a few great costumes. Tonight TV fans will be treated to some scary themes on different episodes on prime time.
‘Today’ show: Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoba Kobt as ‘Regis and Kathie Lee’
Flipping back a few decades, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoba Kobt’s Halloween costumes on the “Today” show reflected a popular talk show years ago. Yes, it was the same one Kathie Lee was a host on at one point, “Regis and Kathie Lee.” Dressed as Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee, the two talk show hosts gave viewers a blast to the past. Even Regis showed up for a cameo!
Pikachu in Times Square? ‘GMA’ Celebrates Pokemon Go for Halloween
Pokemon Go was honored on “Good Morning America” during Monday’s broadcast. The morning anchors dressed up as different characters and shared the fun of the game with the viewers. The best costume of the bunch had to be Pikachu. The adorable costume was worn by Michael Strahan. His big, bright costume was absolutely perfect for television.
Ellen DeGeneres dresses as Sia on ‘Ellen Show’
The “Ellen Show” has a yearly tradition that every fan loves. Each year the talk show host dresses up as someone and this year was no exception. Ellen DeGeneres was the singer Sia, complete with the crazy, unique costume. Sharing the spotlight this year, she brought Heidi Klum on stage who was her dancer, Maddie Ziegler from “Dance Moms”. The two performed a song (lip-synced to be exact) and fans recognized the moves were even spot on!
And finally… Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is sooner than you think
Halloween is all about pumpkins, dressing up and candy. However, as soon as the last trick-or-treater leaves the house, it’s time to take a peek at the calendar. November is right around the corner and so is Thanksgiving. In less than four weeks, families will be coming together for a festive meal and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade or an afternoon of football on TV. It’s hard to believe, but the holidays will be here in no time at all!
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