"Good Morning America" celebrated a belated Halloween on its Friday program.
Hurricane Sandy caused all the broadcast networks to cancel Halloween plans earlier this week, as the programs were covering the devastation the storm caused. "GMA" hosted dozens of children on Friday from a town in Westchester that co-host Lara Spencer said was hit badly by Hurricane Sandy.
"We're celebrating Halloween a couple days late...so we wanted to do just a little something for these kids," Spencer said. While the co-hosts were not dressed up in costume, co-host Josh Elliott put a wig, hat and oversized glasses on Spencer as she encouraged the children to take candy and hit an eyeball pinata.