A few of your favorite TV hosts got into the holiday spirit on Thursday by dressing up in some spooktacular costumes.
“E is for Ellen. It’s also my bra size,” she quipped.
Let’s just say the rapper approved and even gave DeGeneres some twerking tips.
Still, she wasn’t the only one to have a little bit of fun. Per tradition, the Today hosts also dressed up. This year, they revisited popular dance moves for an “Everybody Dance” theme. For instance, Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly channeled Sandy and Danny from Grease and rocked out to “You’re the One That I Want.” Similarly, Jenna Bush Hager and Willie Geist drew inspiration from Dirty Dancing‘s Baby and Johnny and performed the iconic lift from the “Time of My Life” number.
Good Morning America also went with a dancing theme. GMA recreated Studio 44 and went with a ’70s, disco lineup. For instance, Michael Strahan went as a member of The Bee Gees, and Robin Roberts went as Donna Summer.
For a real treat, check out the photos below:
Michael Strahan, Good Morning America
Stayin’ Alive! The anchor threw it back to the ’70s in this Bee Gees costume.
Robin Roberts, Good Morning America
The morning show anchor looked groovy in her Donna Summer costume.
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Ellen DeGeneres, The Ellen DeGeneres Show
The comedian channeled Cardi B’s character in Hustlers and dressed up as “Cardi E.”
Jenna Bush Hager & Willie Geist, Today
Nobody puts Baby in the corner. The two had the time of their lives dressing up like Baby and Johnny from Dirty Dancing. They even did the famous lift!
Craig Melvin & Al Roker, Today
The two morning show stars revisited The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and did the famous “Carlton” dance.
Dylan Dreyer, Today
No matter the weather, this meteorologist isn’t afraid to bust a move. Dreyer recreated Elaine’s famous moves from Seinfeld.
Peter Alexander, Today
Everybody cut footloose! Alexander definitely did when he dressed up like Kevin Bacon in Footloose.
Savannah Guthrie & Carson Daly, Today
Sandy and Danny, is that you? The dynamic duo rocked out to the popular Grease hit “You’re the One That I Want.”
Sheinelle Jones, Today
Jones drew inspiration from Janet Jackson and performed a show-stopping routine.
Hoda Kotb, Today
The morning show anchor took a cue from John Travolta and went as Tony from Saturday Night Fever.
We can’t wait until next year!
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