Halloween: 'Today' show hosts channel the '80s!

Nobody does Halloween like "Today!"

The hosts of NBC's the "Today" show unveiled their 2018 Halloween costumes on Wednesday morning, and the famous faces at Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza epically channeled the '80s this year.

From Kathie Lee Gifford's "Material Girl"-era Madonna costume to Savannah Guthrie's Cyndi Lauper and beyond, the morning show hosts nailed it once again with their over-the-top costume reveal, which all started with Willie Geist recreating the iconic scene from "Ferrie Bueller's Day Off" where the titular character performs "Twist 'N' Shout" on a parade float.

See their costumes below:

Al Roker and Dylan Dreyer were next to show off their looks, which were inspired by the iconic movie, "Back to the Future." Craig Melvin also channeled an epic '80s film by dressing up as Prince Akeem from "Coming to America."

Also looking to the movies for inspiration? Jenna Bush Hager and Peter Alexander, who dressed as pilots from "Top Gun."

Joining Gifford and Guthrie in the music department was Carson Daly, who was a total boss as a big-haired, bandana-wearing Bruce Springsteen. Sheinelle Jones looked just like Tina Turner during her reveal, too!

The most dramatic reveal, though, was Hoda Kotb, who uexpectedly dressed up as Elton John for the holiday.

Here's what the "Today" gang wore last year: