Wardrobe Malfunction Averted on Semi-Homemade

FN'ers love their holidays but no one does Halloween like Semi-Homemade star, Sandra Lee. Aside from coming up with some of the most inventive tricks, treats, cocktails and tablescapes of this spooky season, Sandra knows costumes.

We aren't talking about bedsheet ghosts and rubber masks. Sandra could literally step onto movie sets with the costumes she discovers.

We caught her between takes, wardrobe changes and a million other things as she shot her AMAZING Halloween Queens episode which aired earlier this week. Imagine cooking, hosting and finishing a long day of shooting -- all while balancing a huge, top-heavy wig on your head.

What's Halloween without tricky costumes?
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If you missed Halloween Queens, fear not. Another great Sandra-fied Halloween episode airs today at 4pm ET / PT. Sandra...or should we say Marilyn, or Liz, or Vivien, serves up spicy bat wings and sweet & sour eyeballs, to name a few.

Can't wait? Check out Sandra's Greatest Halloween Hits:
12 Sandras in 60 Seconds
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Want more Sandra Lee Halloween ideas? Check out her Halloween Sock Hop!

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