Behind the Scenes of the 'NCIS' and 'NCIS: Hawaii' Crossover (Ex…
Why George Clooney’s Movie ‘Ticket to Paradise’ Moved UK Premier…
Elton John and Harry Styles Pay Tribute to Queen Elizabeth Durin…
King Charles Delivers First Speech After Queen Elizabeth's Death
Celebrities are getting into the Halloween spirit!
While this year's festivities might look different amid the coronavirus pandemic, Hollywood is still dressing up and celebrating in their own special way. Whether it's a small family gathering, a work collaboration or just for fun, these famous faces aren't letting the spookiest day of the year pass them by.
Lizzo donned a very 2020-themed costume, dressing up as the fly that was on Vice President Mike Pence's head during his debate with Kamala Harris.
Kim Kardashian West teamed up with her pal, Jonathan Cheban, to channel their inner Carole Baskin and Tiger King Joe Exotic. Kim's four kids -- North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm -- were dressed up as tigers.
"Get ready for Joe Exotic! Kelly Ripa as Joe Exotic and she is remarkably memorable as Joe Exotic," Seacrest teased. The co-stars rocked quite a few different costumes -- including dressing up as Schitt's Creek characters -- during their Halloween special.
The Today show hosts also honored Broadway during their Friday episode. Carson Daly wore a classic tuxedo and acted as the host for the show. Sheinelle Jones and Dylan Dreyer dressed as Velma and Roxie, respectively, as they performed a dance from Chicago.
Al Roker channeled King George III and Craig Melvin was Alexander Hamilton, as the pair lip-synced to songs including "You'll Be Back," "Alexander Hamilton," and "My Shot" from Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical, Hamilton. Jenna Bush Hager opted to go the feline route for her costume, performing Cats' most iconic song, "Memories."
Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie then dressed as Glinda and Elphaba from Wicked, and lip-synced to "Popular" and "Defying Gravity."
Drew Barrymore also dressed up as Glinda the Good Witch from The Wizard of Oz during her show on Friday.