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Matt Lauer from the Today Show Dressed as Who for Halloween?! [Video]

One of the most anticipated “Today” shows of the year is Halloween. Viewers every year tune in to see what costumes the hosts will be in.

The theme for this Halloween was classic television shows. Al Roker dressed as Mr. T, Kathie Lee and Hoda were Wilma and Betty, and Carson Daly dressed an Jon Baker from “CHiPs” (with a surprise appearance from Erik Estrada). But the biggest surprise of the show was Matt Lauer’s costume. He dressed in drag as…Pamela Anderson from “Baywatch.” See all of hosts in costume below:

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