It’s been something of a tradition for the hosts on morning shows to show up for work in elaborate costumes for Halloween.
This year, however, “Good Morning America” served up a big twist: Instead of costumed anchors, viewers were instead greeted by Mini-Me versions of Michael Strahan, Cecilia Vega, and George Stephanopoulos.
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“It’s Halloween, which means, let’s celebrate!” said the kid sitting in for Strahan, who jokingly imitated the former New York Giants defensive end by performing a touchdown dance and spiking a football.
After Vega’s lookalike declared that “candy is for kids,” Stephanopoulos’s imitator pulled out a newspaper to read the headline: “Wait, this just in, breaking news. Kids are taking over Halloween! Well, it’s about time.”