If there were anyone we would trust to host any and every awards show ever, it'd probably be Neil Patrick Harris.
But hostin' ain't easy. NPH knows that all too well.
He opened up about whether or not he'd ever be up for hosting the Oscars again, saying:
"I don't know that my family nor my soul could take it. It's a beast. It was fun to check off the list, but for the amount of time spent and the understandable opinionated response, I don't know that it's a delightful balance to do every year or even again."
We think he totally did great! But we also understand how tough it must be to work so hard, perform in front of Hollywood's A-listers (and millions of Americans watching at home) and then have to hear how some people hated it.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinions but a negative review still hurts.
In an surprising and awesome move, the singer will be the musical guest every single day on Ellen, from Monday March 16 until Friday March 20. This is only six days after the album drops in the US, which is MORE than enough time for you to learn every single word!
Ellen is going to go all out in some way too right?! Maybe making up her own choreographed dance?!
While her Super Bowl performance was epic and just so over the top wonderful, her Grammys performance will be a little more somber.
Katy is going to team up with Brooke Axtell, an activist and survivor of domestic violence. They'll perform together, with Axtell reading a written-word piece while Perry will perform her ballad By the Grace of God.
The 29-year-old former child star and her new husband -- who is the half-brother of former French president Nicholas Sarkozy -- welcomed about 50 people to their wedding at a private home in Manhattan.