Transcript for 'Hocus Pocus' cast reunite for a star-studded charity gala
First though we've got some petrifying "Pop news." Janai, we're -- the alliterations are flying and the puns this morning. Yeah. Look out. You sounded creepy as ever. It is time for "Pop news." That's not hard for me. First up this morning, "Hocus pocus" magic. 27 years after everyone's favorite Halloween movie came out, Bette midler, Sarah Jessica parker and Kathy najimy reunited for a charity gala last night. The actresses aired a documentary-style comedy about the Sanderson sisters and even brought back "I put a spell on you." Take a look. I put a spell on you and now you're gone gone, gone, so gone I put a spell on you I'm tickled by that. They didn't cast their spell alone. From over 70 filming locations around the world famous cameos included Tiffany haddish, George Lopez, Adam lambert, John Stamos, Meryl Streep, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jennifer Hudson, Billy Eichner, Tina Thompson, Billy crystal and so many more. Here's the best part. Mariah Carey closed the show. All the proceeds from admission benefit midler's charity the New York restoration project, and the good news doesn't stop there for "Hocus pocus" fans. Midler confirmed this week that all three Sanderson sisters have seen a script outline for "Hocus pocus 2" and told people, quote, I think all of us agree that it was pretty great. It sounds like our wishes are coming true. Okay. The three of us, not Dan, because apparently he hasn't seen the movie. Clearly I'm culturally illiterate. I'll go back and watch "Hocus pocus" forthwith. It was after his time. Yes. It ably was. Black and whites. The orchestra playing. No dialogue. I have so many talkies to catch up on. Okay, also this morning, baby yoda has been spotted from a galaxy far, far away touching down in Dublin, Ohio. Jeanette Paras has been decorating giant pumpkins for 32 years, and this year -- yep -- she couldn't resist. Everyone's favorite "Mandalorian" character, baby yoda. Jeanette spent about 20 hours setting up baby yoda-kin. Get it, pumpkin, yoda of kin. She sent us an exclusive message about her pumpkin. Look at this. This year I pumpkinized baby yoda. Baby yoda-kin is 451 pounds and 10 feet of cuteness. Those ears come from a galaxy far, far away. May the giant pumpkin force be with you. That is a big old baby yoda. Wow. You heard her. Take the giant pumpkin force with you into Halloween today. And finally this morning, pets around the internet are -- I'm not going to howl but they are howling for Halloween. Sure can. She's pups in Alabama have gotten in the spirit every day in October. Huntsville native Sara olivy is dressiher dogs in costumes ranging from mister Rogers to E.T. All to promote rescue dog adoptions. While this Seattle, Washington, cat, a/k/a count chocula is on the lookout for treats and not tricks this year. Making that very obvious with his Bob Ross costume and the feed me painting behind me. That's good. And look at this, one of our favorite dog costumes. Whit's adorable copper ready for Halloween treats tonight. We got him a lion costume that didn't fit so went with neck gator. I tried to put a bow on mine the other day. It didn't work either. I didn't even try. Yeah. My son's been putting his underwear on our cat's head. Yeah, we saw that on Instagram, yeah. Fun to watch.
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