Ahhh, Halloween a.k.a. spooky season. It seems no matter who you are or what level of fame you ascertain, no one can resist the urge to play dress up. If you needed proof of that, look no further than daytime talk show hosts Sherri Shephers, Tamron Hall, and the entire cohort of The View who all donned costumes to celebrate the special occasion.
Let’s kick things off with arguably the most iconic of the bunch: Sherri Shepherd. Dressing up in not one, not two, not three—but six different Beyonce looks from her Renaissance tour, Sherri lit up her audience in true Virgo’s Groove energy. From the sparkly red ensemble she sported to open up the show, to the legendary Loewe black hands bodysuit, to RENEIGH (if you know, you know)—Sherri shut it all the way down for the Halloween and the icing on the cake: having Bey’s own mother, Miss Tina, on as a guest the same day.
Next up we have Tamron Hall who was also an icon in her own right, donning the fit as Dorothy in The Wiz (not to be confused with the Wizard of Oz), which was famously portrayed Diana Ross. Celebrating the fact that The Wiz is back on Broadway in New York City, the longtime journalist was joined by the real cast members from the play who helped her perform “Ease on Down the Road.”
Last but certainly not least, the ladies of The View decided to take a Disney-fied approach to the holiday in honor of the company’s 100 year anniversary. Dressing as different characters, the stage looked like you’d been instantly transported to DisneyLand and brought immense joy to their audience members. Whoopi Goldberg was Tour Guide Barbie from Toy Story 2, Sunny Hostin was Na’vi warrior Neytiri from Avatar, Joy Behar was Cruella Deville from 101 Dalmatians, Anna Navarro was the Madrigal sisters from Encanto, Sarah Haines was Carl Fredricksen from Up, and Alyssa Farah was Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.