Phillip Schofield's Night King Transformation In Front Of Holly Willoughby Is Unreal
Happy Halloween, guys! It's the day to embrace your inner-child and dress, or, if you're a miserable bastard, keep the lights off and hide in your living room while hordes of treat-demanding children bang at the door.
Over on ITV's This Morning, they properly got into the spirit of things, with some absolutely belting costumes. Holly popped out dressed as an 'ice zombie unicorn', agony aunt Deidre as Yoda, and Rylan Clark-Neal as the evil Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
He's put everyone else to shame, hasn't he? Credit: ITV/This Morning
They are all very good costumes. In fact, it looks like ITV spent the entire This Morning budget on kitting out the team. But as good as the others were, they really couldn't compete with Phil Schofield, who actually delayed the show because it took so long for him to get ready.
It was definitely worth the wait, though. Speaking via a voice-over before appearing, Schof said: "I am the Night King from Game of Thrones and I can't really explain how much of a massive fan of the show I am, and it was something I couldn't pass up.
"Because the Night King doesn't speak, we all agreed if the first time he spoke it wouldn't be me."
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Phil's makeover was completed by the actual makeup and costume team from Game Of Thrones, which is probably why it looks so bloody good.
Talking about her co-host's transformation, Holly said it was "literally the most terrifying thing I've ever seen". Yeah, fair point, he does look creepy.
Holly was over the moon with the chance to dress up at work, saying: "This is, I am not joking, the best day of my life.
Holly loved being a unicorn. Credit: ITV/This Morning
"You know how much I love unicorns and today I'm actually a real unicorn. I've got a tail and it's a rainbow tail."
Phil was equally as happy with his, and stayed in costume - speaking via voice-over - for the rest of the show.
Doctor Chris, meanwhile, dressed as a very convincing Donald Trump and chef Phil Vickery was the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz. They're really putting my drawn on whiskers and 99p cat ears to shame, here.
Featured Image Credit: PA/Game of Thrones/HBO