Today Show, Halloween, 2013


Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!

While appearing on Good Morning America's Halloween episode on Thursday, Oct. 31, weekend anchor Dan Harris dressed as E!'s own Ryan Seacrest while entertainment news correspondent Rachel Smith appropriately sported a costume inspired by the lovely Giuliana Rancic.

Too cute!

The twosome spoofed the E!'s Live From the Red Carpet pair, with Harris wearing a charcoal jacket, black pants and a black bow-tie while Smith rocked Rancic's signature brown bob hairstyle and a sparkly navy red carpet gown.

Rachel Smith, Good Morning America, Giuliana Rancic


But while the GMA team was busy paying homage to R&G (thanks for the shout-out, you two!), E!'s own Jason Kennedy drew inspiration for his Halloween costume from another pop culture sensation: Fifty Shades of Grey.

The anchor channeled his inner badboy for the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford, where he turned up sporting an ensemble with a variety of gray paint swatches (how creative!).

Meanwhile, Kathie Lee and Hoda donned Flintstone costumes, while Al Roker dressed up as Mr. T, Natalie Morales and Savannah Guthrie wore Laverne and Shirley outfits and Matt Lauer embraced his inner Baywatch babe, paying tribute to Pamela Anderson's character C.J. Parker on the hit series, which aired from 1989 to 2001.

Dan Harris, Good Morning America, Ryan Seacrest


Yesterday, the E! News team also got into the Halloween spirit, dressing up as your favorite Real Housewives, with Giuliana Rancic channeling Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice, Terrence Jenkins sitting pretty as none other than NeNe Leakes, Catt Sadler looking fab as Lisa Vanderpump and Jesse Giddings dressed as Beverly Hills babe Brandi Glanville.

There's also the lovely Ali Fedotowsky as Gretchen Rossi, Jason Kennedy as Kim Zolciak-Biermann and last, but certainly not least, Ken Baker as Terry Richardson.

Now we want to hear from you: which celeb Halloween costume is your fave?!

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