Now that Neil Patrick Harris has been announced to host the 2015 Oscars, we can't imagine what his opening monologue will be!
Or - dare we say it - opening musicalogue?!
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LOLz! It's so obvious NPH is a seasoned pro at this sort of stuff, he even mentioned it in his 2013 Tonys opening musical number!
So, in honor of his next BIG gig, here's a look back at his opening number when he hosted the Tonys in 2013 (above)!!
Leave it to NPH to do it bigger and better! But the real question is…can he surpass Ellen DeGeneres' epic Oscar selfie?!
For some just hosting the Oscars would be the accomplishment of a lifetime, but for Neil Patrick Harris it's just one last item to cross off a very epic bucket list!
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In a highlarious Instagram video, NPH accepts the offer to host the Oscars before checking it off his list of things he's wanted to accomplish before he dies.
It's official! It's happening!
Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the Oscars!
The How I Met Your Mother actor is confirmed to be hosting the 87th annual Academy Awards on February 22nd 2015!
HOW EXCITING IS THIS!
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This will be NPH's first time hosting the Oscars, but he has proven many a time that he is the host with the most, after hosting the Tonys FOUR times and the Emmys twice!
AKA Neil's hit the BIG time in terms of hosting gigs! WE love it!
What do YOU think? Are YOU excited for an NPH-hosted Oscars?
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This is heartbreaking to hear!
Oscar-nominated actress Viola Davis has been candid about the poverty she grew up in, and she revealed some even sadder info at Variety's Power of Women luncheon last Friday.
When honored for her humanitarian work with Hunger Is, Miz Davis gave a tear-jerking speech, saying:
You don't have to wait until tomorrow to get a sneak peek of Annie!
That's because Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis made a surprise appearance at a pre-screening of their upcoming musical movie in Minneapolis.
But that's not all.
Everyone remembers Robin Williams as an exceptional comedian.
But he was also a critically acclaimed actor, having won an Oscar back in 1997 for his supporting role in Good Will Hunting.
Well, now Robin's fellow Oscar-winning co-stars are expressing their grief over his untimely death.
Forest Whitaker, who starred with Robin in 1987's Good Morning, Vietnam, took to Twitter to voice his sadness, saying:
The Tim Burton-produced Alice In Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass is set for principal photography this week, which means the cast is on lock.
Among the celebrities bringing their talents back to Wonderland are Anne Hathaway, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Mia Wasikowska.
The sequel to Disney's 2010 live-action feature is set for release in May of 2016, so it's still going to be a while until we get to see what the interesting cast of characters is up to.