This weekend Billy Crystal will host the 86th Annual Academy Awards honoring the best in Hollywood.
Actresses will put on their best gowns and dresses, and actors will rock the flyest tuxedos and shoes to watch Billy Crystal perform. The show was originally supposed to be hosted by Eddie Murphy, but he backed out after Brett Ratner pulled out as producer over a few controversial comments.
Nonetheless, in comes Billy Crystal to the rescue and just like old times, he'll get the proverbial keys to host the biggest night in showbiz.
But what about some new blood? Last year James Franco and Anne Hathaway failed to live up to the hype as hosts, and while Eddie Murphy sparked major interest, he's no longer doing the show.
But for next year we have some great suggestions for comics we'd love to see host the 87th Academy Awards.
Check 'em out below.
Chris Rock: He's already proved he can make people laugh, and his hosting abilities are top notch. From his hit HBO show, to his work both behind and in front of the camera, we feel like he would be a great choice for next year. Plus who wouldn't want to listen to jokes like this while seeing your favorite actor accept an award?
Louis CK: This brash comic has made a name for himself as one of the elite comics in the business. His break into acting has been funny and edgy. He might be a little scruffy and unkempt, but that's part of his shtick. Besides, his bit on being white should go over perfect with the Hollywood crowd.
Larry David: Awkward humor in real situations about nothing would bring a new brand of comedic fun to the Oscars. It could be just what they need to spice things up. Most people would pay serious money to curb Larry's enthusiasm back on stage one more time.
Joel McHale: If you're like us then you've been home on the weekend watching The Soup when your life flashed before your eyes because you thought you were going to die from laughter. Joel McHale can bring that type of fun to the Oscars. He's our top choice for next years host! Please Academy listen to us!
Steve Carrell: Hosting the Oscars can serve as payback for one of the most embarrassing moments on television and revenge for his former boss Ricky Gervais. Just take a look at the video and see exactly why Steve needs to host the Oscars.