For Martha Stewart, there's no place like Oz.
The domestic doyenne wore flowing, pink chiffon gown and accompany pink bodysuit as she went as Glinda the Good Witch from The Wizard of Oz for Hub Network's 1st annual Halloween Bash in Santa Monica, Calif.
Instead of following the yellow brick road, 72-year-old Stewart walked the
red purple carpet with her magic wand. And while she didn't send anyone off to see the Wizard, she did serve as a guest judge deciding which kids' Halloween costumes were tops at the inaugural event along with actor Hal Sparks, and singer/dancer Coco Jones.
The kitchen maven also offered a host of "spooktacular" All Hallow's Eve ideas on Hub and Stewart's respective websites—from costumes, "creepy crafts" and pumpkin carving designs to witch-themed decorations and sweets and treats like "candy creatures."
Other celebrity guests at the Halloween party included Aussie pop star Cody Simpson (who opted not to get into the spirit of the proceedings, as he came without a costume), girl group Fifth Harmony, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Modern Family's Rico Rodriguez and actress Tamera Mowry-Housley.
Hub's Halloween Bash, hosted by Saturday Night Live funnyman Kenan Thompson, will air on the network on Saturday, Oct. 26.