Rosie O'Donnell's Halloween show got off to a rollicking start, with Rosie stepping out in an intricate Little Bo Beep costume, complete with bonnet, pinafore and puffy sleeves.
In a faux-hater tone, she complained to Broadway costume designer Bobby Pearce, "It's hard to move" and "I feel like Big Bo Peep." And she complained about her past Halloween get-ups, and having lost her sheep. So what was Rosie to do?
Bring out a cast of a shirtless Broadway boys singing "It's Raining Sheep," of course. She clearly enjoyed the number, dancing along and ogling the eye candy. "Oh my gosh, you guys have changed my whole attitude -- I feel sexy, hot and bo-peepy!" she exclaimed. It's not the first time that the crew has made an appearance on the show.
The big blowout was just as elaborate a to-do as past years, when Rosie dressed up as Glenda the Good Witch, Queen Victoria, a ring master and Queen Elizabeth. On her 2007 Queen Elizabeth costume, Rosie joked, "I can hardly walk. I don't know how queens do this. And by that, I mean gay men too."WATCH: