GMA Halloween Disco Fever: Hosts dress as Liza Minelli, Sonny and Cher, Bee Gees and Donna Summer

GMA gets Halloween Disco Fever: Hosts dress as Liza Minnelli, Sonny and Cher, Bee Gees and Donna Summer – after the real-life Olivia Newton John and Village People tease the 70s theme

  • Robin Roberts was Donna Summer for Good Morning America’s Halloween show
  • Sara Haines playfully popped on some facial hair as Sonny and Amy Robach was festively dressed as partner Cher on Thursday
  • Michael Strahan led his Bee Gees brothers on the dance floor to celebrate at the fictional Studio 44 in ABC’s New York television studio
  • Lara Spencer arrived in a red sequin ensemble as Liza Minnelli, being helped off on the rim of an oversized cocktail glass 

Good Morning America had Disco Fever for Halloween this year, turning their ABC New York home into Studio 44.

Poking fun at the famous Studio 54, the dancing queens revealed they had Disco Fever as they tried but failed to get into the famous nightlife venue of the 70s.

Ultimately deciding to go to the fictional version created by GMA, MC George Stephanopoulos introduced Robin Roberts as Donna Summer.

Donning a curly long wig, Roberts told the audience, ‘You don’t have to wait until this evening for some Hot Stuff.’

Robin Roberts as Donna Summer for Good Morning America’s Halloween show on Thursday

Sara Haines playfully popped on some facial hair as Sonny and Amy Robach was festively dressed as partner Cher

Sara Haines playfully popped on some facial hair as Sonny and Amy Robach was festively dressed as partner Cher

Michael Strahan led his Bee Gees brothers on the dance floor to Celebrate Good Times in silky yellow tracksuit

Michael Strahan led his Bee Gees brothers on the dance floor to Celebrate Good Times in silky yellow tracksuit

Liza Minelli (Lara Spencer) arrived in a red sequin ensemble

Seen being helped off on the rim of an oversized cocktail glass

Liza Minelli (Lara Spencer) arrived in a red sequin ensemble, being helped off on the rim of an oversized cocktail glass

Ginger Zee donned pink for her costume in the style of Olivia Newton John’s Xanadu character. Before she had arrived on roller skates, the real-life Australian actress gave viewers a clue she’d be the inspiration for one of the hosts

Liza Minnelli arrived in a red sequin ensemble, being helped off on the rim of an oversized cocktail glass. 

Lara Spencer even posed for her own Tropical Nights album cover as she presented a tongue-in-cheek segment where the hosts experimented with pop rocks and fosse-style jazz hands embellished every line.

Sam Champion was all of the Village People, fronting the group with a hard hat and denim shorts, using cardboard cut outs to make up the rest of his crew. The real-life group also made an appearance to tease his unveiling.

Ginger Zee donned pink for her costume in the style of Olivia Newton John’s Xanadu

Champion got into double denim for an appearance as one of the YMCA hitmakers

Sam Champion was all of the Village People, fronting the group with a hard hat and denim shorts, using cardboard cut outs to make up the rest of his crew. The real-life group also made an appearance to tease his unveiling

George Stephanopoulos introduced the GMA hosts as their well known personalities of the 70s

George Stephanopoulos introduced the GMA hosts as their well known personalities of the 70s

Spencer (Minnelli) presented a tongue-in-cheek segment where the hosts experimented with pop rocks and fosse-style jazz hands embellished every line

Spencer (Minnelli) presented a tongue-in-cheek segment where the hosts experimented with pop rocks and fosse-style jazz hands embellished every line

The entire studio was a clue as to what theme they were following for Halloween 2019

The entire studio was a clue as to what theme they were following for Halloween 2019

Champion wasn’t the only mustache-wearing costume character; Sara Haines playfully popped on some facial hair as Sonny and Amy Robach was festively dressed as partner Cher.

Michael Strahan led his Bee Gees brothers on the dance floor to Celebrate Good Times in silky yellow tracksuit. Introducing RnB legends the OJs, the Love Train hitmakers joked, ‘Michael, we didn’t know your hair was that long.’

Viewers might have guessed what theme the hosts would go for as Roberts had earlier teased on Twitter: ‘Stop whatever you’re doing…because it’s about to get funky up in here @GMA! Wait until you see how we not only transformed ourselves but the studio as well…studio is a clue!’

Dancers performed under the in-studio disco ball and guests colorfully dressed cheered them on.

The show went all out for October 31; Dr Ashton chatted science about the science of fright in a furry black witch hat and viewers were shown how to create their own festive outfits last minute – just case the hosts’ own dress-up inspired them to do so.

Roberts earlier teased: 'Stop whatever you're doing…because it's about to get funky up in here'

Roberts earlier teased: ‘Stop whatever you’re doing…because it’s about to get funky up in here’

Studio guests lined the dance floor as Strahan stood under a disco ball  with his hair-chested 'brothers', rocking sparkly platform shoes and a long wig

Studio guests lined the dance floor as Strahan stood under a disco ball  with his hair-chested ‘brothers’, rocking sparkly platform shoes and a long wig

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