The presenting trio looked surprisingly convincing as the witch sisters as they donned extremely accurate costumes of the film characters, seen in photos shared on Instagram.
Holden, 51, dressed up as Mary Sanderson (portrayed by Kathy Najimy in the film) and looked particularly mischievous, as she sported a towering black and purple wig and a bright-orange corseted dress, worn off the shoulder, with a tartan miniskirt.
Roberts, 41, looked wickedly wonderful as youngest witch sister Sarah Sanderson (played by Sarah Jessica Parker), as she wore a red minidress with long lace sleeves and a flowing white-blonde wig.
Holden and Roberts wore matching red lipstick and black court heels with their outfits, along with broomsticks, of course, to complete their witchy looks.
While both women looked amazing, Theakston, 51, arguably topped their costumes after going full into character dressed as head sister Winifred (portrayed by Bette Midler).
Theakston wore an emerald green and purple long-length dress, a bouffant curly red wig, and narrowly applied red lipstick, unmistakably signature to that of the character’s.
A video showing the three radio hosts getting costume-ready was shared on the Heart Breakfast Instagram page, and fans were left very impressed by the end results.
One person commented: “Even dressed as witches you girls look fabulous, happy Halloween x”.
A second follower said: “That’s ace, you three are amazing”, as another urged to Theakston: “I think Panto is calling @jamie.theakston”.
In keeping with celebrating Halloween on the show, Holden was treated to a moment holding a tarantula, filmed in another shared video.
At first, the brave co-host appeared fine handling the spider, until she asked an expert: “Is she poisonous?”, to which he responded: “The worst-case scenario would be like a bee sting. Yeah, she’s got two fangs, so a typical tarantula.”
The expert did little to make Holden feel calmer, as he added: “The bite itself I’m told is quite painful, I’ve never been bitten. My son likened it to a wasp sting or a bee sting. It’s not fatal.”
Having heard the alarming information, Holden pulled an uncomfortable face, as the tarantula was handed back.