Kelly Ripa Nailed It As Kim Kardashian's "Break The Internet" Cover — PHOTOS

While we're all waiting for the stars to reveal their fun and freaky Halloween outfits tomorrow, Kelly Ripa has already one-upped everyone with her multiple costume changes on Live with Kelly and Michael this morning. The TV personality even dressed up as Kim Kardashian's Paper magazine cover, but did not "Break the Internet" like her costume's subject attempted to do. Still, Ripa still won me over with her hilarious take on pop culture by paying homage to a couple of fabulous women... and one loudmouth presidential candidate.

Ripa's Kim K. costume was truly spot-on, from her sparkly black gown, to her curvy profile pose, to that inexplicable champagne trick. She also channeled the styling perfectly, especially Kardashian's artsy hair bun. But she wasn't the only celebrity that Ripa impersonated on her morning talk show. The TV host also donned a colorful, beach inspired outfit a la Katy Perry at the Super Bowl halftime show. Being totally on trend, Ripa also dressed up as Princess Leia because if there was one thing that truly broke the Internet this year, it was none other than the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer.

Of course, Ripa also had fun impersonating Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (which used similar styles to the Trump makeup tutorial that came out a few months ago) as well as her co-host Donald Strahan, whom she joined in a shirtless Magic Mike routine. However, her brilliant Kardashian costume is giving the undisputed queen of Halloween Heidi Klum a run for her money.

Here are the rest of Ripa's costumes on Live with Kelly and Michael's 2015 Halloween show:

Katy Perry

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Looking fine, fresh, and fierce like the pop star. Also, Strahan as the Left Shark is everything.

Princess Leia

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The Force is strong with this one.

Donald Trump

Combover hair and over-tanning on fleek.

Magic Mike

Now this is committing to a role.