Global’s “The Talk” sure knows how to throw a Halloween party.
During their fourth annual “Rocktober Lip Sync War”, “Talk” hosts Eve, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, and Sheryl Underwood, dressed as some of music’s biggest stars for four epic lip-sync performances.
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First up was Eve, who rocked a Janet Jackson look and nailed a recreation of her 1989 hit music video, “Escapade”.
“Janet Jackson is amazing and so beautiful. I’ve always been a huge fan and I wanted to dance,” Eve said of her idol.
Gilbert followed Eve with a performance as Pink. Gilbert had Pink down to a science. She was even suspended from the ceiling to lip sync to the Grammy-nominated track “What About Us”.
“The hardest part about doing Pink is looking like Pink. I look nothing like Pink,” says Gilbert. “The most fun part though is the flipping…honestly, for me, it’s so much easier than dancing. It was fun!”
Osbourne clocked in next to perform country-queen Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5″.
Wednesday’s guest host Arsenio Hall asked Osbourne, “What was the best part being Dolly for a day?”
“Thinking I have this amazing talent, but I don’t,” Osbourne joked.
Last was Underwood, who showered the audience with a rendition of the Weather Girls hit track from 1982, “It’s Raining Men.”
“It feels orgasmic,” Underwood said after her performance. “First of all, you have to bring some protection like an umbrella…we’ve had a little drought with our love life, ladies, so it’s always great when it’s raining men.”
“The Talk” airs weekdays at 2 p.m. ET/PT on Global.