The opening was nominated for a Tony. The rest of the show, a Razzie. Neil Patrick Harris is no stranger to awards hosting, and that was quickly apparent with an entertaining opening number. His monologue addressed the #OscarsSoWhite...Show More Summary
If you want to know what was wrong with this year’s Oscar telecast, just Google up “2013 Tony Awards: Neil Patrick Harris Opening Number HD.” Now that is a show. There’s singing. There’s dancing. There’s acrobatics. He leaps through a hoop. And there’s magic – literal magic. Harris steps into a box on stage and […]
Despite successful runs hosting the Tony and Emmy Awards, Neil Patrick Harris received generally bad reviews for his Oscar hosting duties this past weekend. And the show tanked in the ratings, dropping 14% from the previous year when Ellen DeGeneres did the honors.
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The Academy Awards for me was a surprise, notably in that I mostly enjoyed Neil Patrick Harris' performance. In the past, when he's hosted the Tonys and Emmys I've not always been impressed, perhaps because he tried too hard to showShow More Summary
He had already hosted the Tony Awards and the Primetime Emmy Awards on multiple occasions. But Neil Patrick Harris stepped up to the granddaddy of all the self-congratulatory ceremonies in Hollywood when he emceed the 2015 Academy Awards...Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris hosted the 87th Academy Awards and sadly failed to knock it out of the park with viewers. Proving although he can host shows like the "Emmys" and "Tonys," the Oscars just might not be Harris' thing. To be fair itShow More Summary
Having hosted the Tony Awards four times, everyone expected Neil Patrick Harris to open the 87th Annual Academy Awards with a musical number -- and that's exactly what he did. He paid tribute to Hollywood's incredible film history, but...Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris is a veteran awards show host, having emceed both the Emmys and Tonys to rave reviews, and come Sunday he'll take on the Oscars for the first time. If his past performances are any indication, he'll offer a mix of showbiz razzle-dazzle with plenty of tidy one-liners thrown...
'Film and stage actor James Earl Jones is interviewed by film director Sam Pollard in this behind-the-scenes footage from August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand. In 1987 Jones won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his role in Fences, for which August Wilson won a Tony Award for Best Play and the first of two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama.' -- American Masters
The four-time Tony host and two-time Emmy host is one step closer to his own hosting EGOT
Only a handful of actors are part of the coveted EGOT winner's circle -- that's an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award -- and Whoopi Goldberg is one of them. The Oscar, she says, came as a complete surprise. Though she had previouslyShow More Summary
I love awards shows, but admittedly, my favorite shows are the Oscars, Globes, Emmys and Tonys, seeing as I follow film, TV and theater more closely. I did, however, watch the Grammys Sunday night, and here are some of my instant, random observations after watching the show -- my Insta-Grammy Observations -- if you will: 1. Show More Summary
Here's something I didn't expect the Grammy Awards to make me say: I wish I'd caught Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's post-ceremony gig at the Wiltern on Sunday night.
They’ve been having a blast working together on music as of late and last night (February 8) Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett took the stage at the Staples Center for a very special performance at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. Mother Monster...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett paired off to share the spotlight at the Grammys by arriving together, posing for pictures and performing at the awards show in Los Angeles. Decked out in a beautiful Brandon Maxwell dress, Lady Gaga was channeling old style glam fashion to match Tony Bennett’s classic style. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga is glamorous in a form-fitting black dress in the press room at the 2015 Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center on Sunday (February 8) in Los Angeles. Earlier in the night, the 28-year-old entertainer and her close friend Tony Bennett performed their song “Cheek to Cheek,” off their latest duets album of [...]
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett classed up the Grammy Awards, singing "Cheek to Cheek," a song off their recent album of duets. Even if you're not exactly lining up to buy tickets for their tour, you have to admit this performance is really entertaining. Show More Summary
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