Barbara Corcoran celebrated 70 years of being alive by pretending to be dead.
The "Shark Tank" star achieved the feat of attending her own funeral when she threw a 70th birthday party at her New York City penthouse Saturday that began with her lying in a coffin in a red gown.
The macabre scene included a cardboard cutout of Corcoran dressed as a nun next to her casket.
After her guests "paid their respects," she popped out of the coffin and joined the party. Like any newly reanimated corpse, she danced to a Diana Ross song.
"Surprise 70th!!" she wrote on Instagram. "I surprised my guests laid out in a coffin on Saturday. After 90 friends and family paid their respects, I popped out of the coffin in a red Carolina Herrera gown to the Diana Ross song 'I’m Alive!', and danced the Tango."
The real estate mogul, whose birthday was actually on March 10, included a series of photos on Instagram that showed her celebrating with a cake made to look like a shark with a woman in its jaws, what appears to be a rabbi giving a mock eulogy and a doll in her likeness hanging from a chandelier with a toy bottle of wine.
"What the heck, you only die once, you might as well be around for it!" Corcoran wrote on Instagram.
Cuban joked in a video on Corcoran's Instagram Stories that the party was "really creepy," while Herjavec said in another video that Corcoran has "never been quiet."