The best Halloween costumes from late-night television

Kylie Mar
Host & Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Late-night television got into the Halloween spirit Thursday night as celebrities ditched their suits and glamorous outfits for fun costumes.

Kristen Stewart stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as a bloody baseball player to promote the 2019 reboot of Charlie's Angels.

David Spade dressed up as a "crackhead Hollywood Boulevard Spider-Man," on his talk show Lights Out With David Spade.

However, the best costumes of the night took place on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where the whole crew dressed as orange circus peanuts. "If you're watching at home wondering why a giant orange peanut is talking to you, you smoked too much weed and should go to the hospital right away," joked Kimmel.

So, exactly why did they dress up as circus peanuts? "I have no idea. I don't remember. But I think we decided this in June and it seemed like a good idea. I think I said I wanted to be the same color as the president's face, and this is what happened," Kimmel explained.

Kimmel also hosted a Halloween pageant, which featured costumes with a play on puns like Smokey the Chair, JoKermit, Zolaf, Karate Kidney Bean, Alf on a Shelf, Count Spatula, Guacamol-E.T. and, finally, former basketball star Metta World Peace stepped out as Feta World Peace. It was brilliant.

Later in the show, Terminator: Dark Fate star Natalia Reyes came through in an Arnold Schwarzenegger mask that was freakishly real.

Finally, Antonio Banderas gave us flashbacks 21 years into the past as he broke out the real Zorro costume from The Mask of Zorro.

Which costume from late night television was your favorite? Comment below.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on ABC.

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