Regis and Kelly Halloween costumes were great. Regis and Kelly Halloween costumes celebrated reality TV at its finest. Regis and Kelly Halloween costumes were a hit, and are highly searched by many browsing the internet.
Why are the Regis and Kelly Halloween costumes so popular? Regis and Kelly celebrate Halloween each year. Each year, they try to out-do the previous year’s costumes. This year they did it. Regis and Kelly dressed up as Jon and Kate Gosselin.
Regis and Kelly poked fun at TLC’s Jon and Kate Gosselin with their Halloween costumes. Kelly wore a Kate Gosselin wig. Kate Gosselin wigs have been a hot commodity this Halloween, and make for a great, funny costume.
Jon and Kate Gosselin weren’t the only hot costumes wore on the Live with Regis and Kelly Halloween special. Executive Producer Michael Gelman wore a “Balloon Boy” Halloween costume.
Regis and Kelly switched out their Halloween costumes during the show. Regis showed up as Jeff Probst from Survivor. Actor Mario Lopez graced the screen and did a skit with Regis and Kelly about “The Biggest Loser.”
Kelly even performed Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance, much to the delight of many fans.
It’s always great to see TV personalities having a great time on Halloween. For many, Halloween is a favorite holiday. You get to dress up as someone you are not, and just have a good time.
Donald Trump also made an appearance on the Regis and Kelly Halloween special. He spoke briefly about his upcoming season of “Celebrity Apprentice.” Guess who will be included in the cast? Brett Michaels. Executive Producer Michael Gelman then came out dressed as Michaels.
Regis and Kelly weren’t the only morning talk shows hamming it up this Halloween. The cast of the Today Show dressed up as characters from Star Wars. They even got to get their costumes straight from the closet of Star Wars creator George Lucas.
The Regis and Kelly Halloween costumes and all the Halloween specials have many people pumped for Halloween. Luckily, tomorrow is Halloween and many fun events are planned throughout the country. Don’t forget that November 1 – the day after Halloween – is Daylight Saving Time. Don’t forget to switch your clocks back an hour by 2 am on Sunday, November 1.
You can see clips of Regis and Kelly Halloween specials online at BVEntertainment.go.com. This way, even if you missed this year’s events you can still enjoy them a little bit.
Live! With Regis and Kelly Halloween Special October 30, 2009 http://regisandkelly.go.com
Today Show October 30, 2009 http://today.msnbc.msn.com/