Celebrity Juice’s Halloween Special is renowned for pulling off some spectacular transformations for the spooky season.
And this year was no different, as TV presenter Maya Jama was given a sexy makeover to became Jessica Rabbit for a special recording of the panel show.
In the episode, to air Thursday on ITV2 at 10pm, viewers will see Maya, 26, slip into a replica of Jessica’s famous sequined strapless gown to show off her famous curves.
Maya was almost unrecognisable in her luscious red wig and dyed eyebrows that matched her heavily lip-lined pout.
Joining in with the fun were new captains Emily Atack and Laura Whitmore who got dressed up as Elle Woods and the Bride of Chuky.
Laura looked a dead-ringer for the law student played by Reese Witherspoon in the hit film.
The Love Island host even had a toy chihuahua sat next to her on the desk to mimic Elle’s beloved dog Bruiser.
While fellow newcomer Emily, 30, opted for a more spooky get-up as she transformed into the Bride of Chuky with dramatic make-up and a leather jacket layered over a white lace corset.
Not to be outdone, host Keith Lemon went to great lengths to become Jack from The Shining for the special episode of the comedy hit.
The Celebrity Juice glam squad made the funnyman look almost unrecognisable with facial prosthetics and a shoulder length wig.
The wardrobe team also found an exact copy of the outfit worn by Jack Nicholson in the movie version to help Keith get into character.
Guest Craig Revel Horwood also got into the spirit with a fabulous Ursula from The Little Mermaid costume set off by some incredibly over-the-top make-up.
Take That’s Donald Howard looked worlds away from his boyband past as he slipped into a PVC catsuit to play a devil, complete with wings, horns and red make-up.
And completing the line-up, former EastEnders star and I’m A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa was given a very glamour makeover to become Marie Antoinette in her extravagant period attire and towering wig.
Fellow guests Maya is known for her love of Halloween.
Last year, she transformed into a gothic mermaid for Jonathan Ross’ infamous Halloween party and turned up to work at Radio 1 in the costume the very next day to present her morning show.
Maya bragged to listeners she was in the ‘straight through crew’ as she joked with a hoarse voice she hadn’t yet been to bed.
“Probably the first and last time I’ll be dressed as a mermaid in the studio, Baby, let’s party,” laughed Maya.