Only Bette Midler could win Halloween dressed as herself. Well, a version of her, anyway!
The 70-year-old actress slayed at her 21st annual Hulaween bash at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City dressed as none other than her Hocus Pocus character, Winifred Sanderson.
Midler dug through her closet to revive her character from the iconic 1993 film, channeling Winifred in a heart-shaped wig, buck teeth, long nails and missing eyebrows.
Designer Marc Jacobs, the night's costume contest judge, also wowed in his hilarious female bodybuilder costume at the event, which celebrated the New York Restoration Project.
The soiree's emcee, Kathy Griffin, went the opposite way of Midler. Rather than a throwback, the comedian's costume was thoroughly modern: Snapchat's deer filter.
Just a few weeks before reviving her famous character at her annual Halloween bash, Midler opened up to Billboard about why Hocus Pocus has remained a Halloween classic.
"You don't get to see women doing slapstick too much and in the movie you can see that we're having a blast," she shared. "All the shackles were off, as Donald Trump likes to say, and we were allowed to be as wild as we wanted to be. It was a perfect storm of fun."
"For the life of me, I can't understand why there's not a sequel," she added, echoing the sentiments of Hocus Pocus fans around the world.
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