This year, Ripa and Consuelos wore 50 costumes for their talk show’s eras-themed Halloween special
This year, the LIVE with Kelly and Mark co-hosts went the extra mile to pull off the show’s Halloween special, wearing a whopping 50 looks inspired by significant pop culture moments throughout different "eras" (a nod to Swift's top-selling Eras Tour).
Included in the pair’s roundup of dynamic costumes was the Kansas City Chiefs star, 34, and the Grammy winner, 33, who’ve become one of the most talked-about couples in Hollywood.
Consuelos cosplayed as the NFL tight end, wearing an “87” team jersey, a red-and-yellow beanie, gloves and white pants with leg pads, plus a faux mustache.
Ripa channeled Swift’s stadium suite style with a red-and-white windbreaker, denim cutoffs and a Kansas City Chiefs backstage pass. For beauty, she emulated the "Karma" hitmaker's signature red lipstick as well as her hair with a fringed blonde wig.
As they stood in front of the audience, the two presented a short explanation on who they were channeling, Consuelos adding in a bit about Kelce and Swift's "date night fashion choices."
During Tuesday's show, Ripa and Consuelos also offered their take on The Golden Bachelor. In a pre-recorded skit, they imagined what it would be like if ABC's newest take on The Bachelor merged with one of its long-running spinoffs: Bachelor in Paradise.
Dressed in their best tropical attire, the hosts don silver wigs and share an intimate moment in one part of the skit, where Ripa licks her husband's face as he holds an oversized glass of wine.
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A behind-the-scenes video showcased the hair and makeup transformation Ripa and Consuelos underwent thanks to Live's expert glam team of Kristofer Buckle (makeup) and Ryan Trygstad (hair).
The fun wasn't just reserved for Ripa and Consuelos, though. Live’s annual audience Halloween costume contest returned as well. Viewers at home and fans in the studio audience were able to compete for their share of $10,000 in prize money.
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