Rahway Girl Represents NJ In Hub Network’s Halloween Bash Costume Contest

Hub-Halloween-BlastRAHWAY — Victoria Lemp, a 7-year-old from Rahway, has been selected to represent New Jersey, one of 50 semi-finalists for the first-ever nationwide Halloween costume competition hosted by the Hub Network, a destination for kids and their families.

The winners will be revealed on the “Hub Network’s First Annual Halloween Bash,” Saturday, October 26, 8–10 p.m. ET/5–7 p.m. PT, hosted by Kenan Thompson (“Saturday Night Live”). Victoria, who watches the Hub Network on Comcast, is competing in the Everyday Stuff category as a wedding cake.

Victoria Lemp in her wedding cake costume

Victoria Lemp in her wedding cake costume

The 50 semi-finalists will travel to Los Angeles to be a part of the televised costume competition judged by Halloween-expert Martha Stewart, actor Hal Sparks (“Spider Man 2”), and actress, singer and dancer Coco Jones (“Holla at the DJ”). One lucky winner will take home $25,000 and will have a chance at a walk-on role on the Hub Network’s Daytime Emmy® Award-winning series, “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series.”

The two-hour special will also include performances by pop-star Cody Simpson and teen-girl pop-group Fifth Harmony, plus appearances by Bailee Madison (“Trophy Wife”), Rico Rodriguez (“Modern Family”), Nolan Gould (“Modern Family”), Zachary Gordon (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”), Keean Johnson (“Spooksville”) and Todd Newton (“Family Game Night”), among many others

The “Hub Network’s First Annual Halloween Bash” is a live-to-tape special that will take place at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. on Sunday, Oct. 20.  Viewers can visit hubworld.com/halloween to view all of the Halloween-costume submissions and learn more about the special.

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