“Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon took a stab at Abbott & Costello’s famous “Who’s On First” bit, with a little help from Billy Crystal and Jerry Seinfeld!
Announcer Steve Higgins is the befuddled Costello, and Fallon is Abbott, with a twist on the classic skit with Billy, head writer A.D. Miles and Jerry stepping in as baseball players, Who, What and I Don’t Know.
The website Oscar.com, the official online home of the 84th Academy Awards, is launching its award-winning Oscar Digital Experience Tuesday with a first look at host Billy Crystal's countdown to the Oscar stage.
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The site kicks off with an interactive timeline and Oscar's official blog, which will feature daily content, including red carpet fashion trends and tips from master chefs and lifestyle experts on hosting the best Oscar viewing party.
As contestants on "X Factor" are whittled down to the final acts, Thursday night's episode revealed the talented top nine acts that will advance to next week and eliminated the all-male group, The Stereo Hogzz.
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He's back! Funnyman Billy Crystal has been named the new host of the 84th Annual Academy Awards.
Crystal confirmed via Twitter, writing, "Am doing the Oscars so the young woman in the pharmacy will stop asking my name when I pick up my prescriptions. Looking forward to the show."
Comic actor Eddie Murphy has been chosen to emcee the 84th Academy Awards. Academy Award producers Brett Ratner and Don Mischer confirmed Murphy will host the ceremony, airing on February 26 on ABC.
Ratner just finished directing Murphy in the upcoming comedy "Tower Heist," and reportedly wanted the funnyman to host, according to the Hollywood Reporter.