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Check Out the Craziest Celebrity Halloween Costumes

Oct 31, 2013 10:37 AM ET
by Robyn Ross

Matt Lauer, Willie Geist and Carmen Electra

Halloween is the one day when celebs can dress up as other celebs! From Matt Lauer impersonating Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson to Miley Cyrus recalling another famous MTV Video Music Awards outfit to the morning show hosts impersonating Cyrus and Robin Thicke, check out our roundup of celebrity Halloween costumes.

TV Wigs: Trick or Treat?

Matt Lauer as Pamela Anderson: Lauer and his fellow Today hosts all chose classic TV characters to dress as, but Lauer took the top prize in his red swimsuit.

Miley Cyrus as Lil Kim: Maybe Cyrus wanted to point out that she’s not the only person to ever make headlines with a VMA outfit. Check out the singer with purple locks and purple nipple covers here.

Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan as Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke: Perhaps the most obvious costume of the year, Ripa and Strahan’s first impersonation was of this summer’s famously dirty performance. 

Julianne Hough as Crazy Eyes from Orange Is the New Black: The most controversial costume so far, Hough got flack for wearing blackface as part of her look.

Paris Hilton as Miley Cyrus: Hilton donned the VMA onesie and foam finger.

Colton Haynes as a scary old woman: The Arrow star is unrecognizable as an elderly woman.

Snooki and JWoWW as The White Queen and the Queen of Hearts: The Jersey Shore duo are the most covered up we’ve seen them.

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