Over the course of the last week, if you've turned on your television you've probably seen plenty of Halloween themed content coming at you. Now that the big day is finally here, celebs are showing off their creative costumes and partaking in fun holiday traditions like attending parties, and of course, pulling Halloween pranks. Last night on A Little Late with Lilly Singh, Singh had the ultimate Halloween episode, consisting of plenty of tricks and treats. Lilly Singh's Hasan Minhaj Halloween FaceTime prank was hilarious.

Unlike some celebrities who spend hundreds of dollars on costumes, Singh chose to keep things simple this year and rock an affordable costume due to her "low budget". The late-night host donned a yellow sweater, a wig, and some facial hair in hopes of resembling her dear friend and Patriot Act star, Hasan Minhaj.

On A Little Late, Singh told the audience that Minhaj had no idea about her costume, and that she would be giving him a call to see his reaction. When he picked up, Minhaj was definitely surprised to see himself looking back at him, and Singh played up the prank even more by copying everything he said, which had the audience rolling with laughter.

In order to get her to stop, Minhaj played on Singh's love of wrestling, trying to get her to admit that Stone Cold Steve Austin is better than Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Singh showed her loyalty to her fellow Canadian and refused to finish the sentence.

"Stone Cold Steve Austin is… nope, I can’t do it. Hasan, don’t be crazy!" Singh said. She then proceeded to explain that she chose to dress up as Minhaj because she's got a low budget and "wants some of that Netflix cash".

Last night's episode also consisted of segments like "Good vs. Bad Sexy Halloween Costumes" and "Horror Movies Are So Dumb", both of which definitely got audiences in the spooky spirit.

You can check out the full clip from Sigh's FaceTime call with Minhaj below, and tune in to more episodes of A Little Late weeknights at 1:35 ET/PT on Global.


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