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The View The Talk go for Halloween fans dressing up as Elsa, Dolly Parton and Janet Jackson

Round table talk shows The View and The Talk showcased their costumes in a spook-tacular duel for Halloween viewers with the stars pulling out all the stops for their specials.

The Talk ladies held their fourth annual lip-sync battle Halloween special. Sharon Osbourne nailed her Dolly Parton, as she danced out on stage to country singer’s hit ‘9 to 5’ while also flashing between scenes where Sharon is dressed like Dolly from the eponymous movie.   

Dolly even video chatted into the show and gave Sharon her seal of approval, telling Ozzy Osbourne’s wife she does a better Dolly than Dolly herself. 

Sarah Gilbert performed as Pink and sand What About Us, while spinning on a harness from the rafters. 

The Halloween lip-sync battle on The Talk brought out Sarah Gilbert as Pink, Eve as Janet Jackson, Sharon Osbourne as Dolly Parton and Sheryl Underwood as The Weather Girls (left to right)

For The View's battle for Halloween viewers: Whoopie was decked out as Vamperina, Abby Hunstman as Lady Gaga, Joy Behar as the Mid-Term-inator, Sunny Hoisin as Marvel's Black Panther's General Okoye , and Megan McCain as Elsa 

For The View’s battle for Halloween viewers: Whoopie was decked out as Vamperina, Abby Hunstman as Lady Gaga, Joy Behar as the Mid-Term-inator, Sunny Hoisin as Marvel’s Black Panther’s General Okoye , and Megan McCain as Elsa 

Eve, who is use to performing, opted for Janet Jackson and lip-sync performed Escapade with a full staff of 1980’s throw back dancers.

Sheryl Underwood performed Its Raining Men as both of The Weather Girls for her lip sync skit on The Talk. Her energized dancing kept the crowd on their toes, as she was flanked by buff men in little gold shorts.

The ladies of The View did Halloween as only they could, taking on the holiday with some political spin and strong female characters for their ‘Very Fierce View’ special.

With the woman walking out with grand entrances and their characters theme songs playing, the first to emerge was Megan McCain as Elsa the Ice Queen. The daughter of late Senator John McCain quipped her inspiration was taken directly from the nickname gossip columns bestowed on her.

Joy Behar’s rolled in on a motorcycle dressed as the Terminator with her own spin, as she dubber herself the Mid-Term-inator, with the leather jacket donning the words ‘Vote or else’ on the back. Her goal: Helping the Democrats take back the House.

Sunny Hoisin said she wanted to pay homage to Africa in her Marvel’s Black Panther costume as General Okoye.  

Megan McCain stunned as Elsa The Ice Queen. The talk show host quipped she was inspired by gossip columns giving her the character's nick name when she first joined the show

Megan McCain stunned as Elsa The Ice Queen. The talk show host quipped she was inspired by gossip columns giving her the character’s nick name when she first joined the show

Joy Behar decked out as the Mid-Term-inator, with Vote or Else on the back of her leather jacket. Her characters goal is to help Democrats take back the House

Whoopi showed her softer side, dressing as the cartoon Vamperina, and explaining that was inspired by her granddaughter who loves the TV show

Whoopi showed her softer side, dressing as the cartoon Vamperina, and explaining that was inspired by her granddaughter who loves the TV show

Sunny Hoisin said she wanted to pay homage to Africa in her Marvel's Black Panther costume as General Okoye

Sunny Hoisin said she wanted to pay homage to Africa in her Marvel’s Black Panther costume as General Okoye

Abby Huntsman began the show as Lady Gaga, dressed in her throwback 'meat-dress' outfit

Abby Huntsman began the show as Lady Gaga, dressed in her throwback ‘meat-dress’ outfit

Sunny Hoisin said she wanted to pay homage to Africa in her Marvel’s Black Panther costume as General Okoye. 

Abby Huntsman began the show as Lady Gaga, dressed in her throw back ‘meat-dress’ outfit, saying the singer, and actress in ‘A Star is Born’ doesn’t ‘take b.s. from anybody.’

Whoopi showed her softer side, dressing as the cartoon Vamperina, and explaining that was inspired by her granddaughter who loves the TV show.   

 

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