Transcript for Academy Awards to Have 2 Hosts
big Oscar news. There will be two hosts next year, the announcement generating so much buzz online and ABC's Sara Haines is in the social square with the latest. Sara. Thanks, Amy. There is nothing I love more than awards season so when this major tidbit of two Oscar hosts rather than one was announced by one of the producers in an interview, my mind started reeling. Please welcome our host her majesty whoopi Goldberg. Reporter: No one makes an entrance quite like whoopi. It's clear to see and you haven't yet hit puberty. Reporter: Sings an opening number like Billy. Or takes a selfie like Ellen. Throughout the years countless hosts have ruled the Oscar stage. Acting is a noble profession. Reporter: But sometimes even the best leave us wanting more. And in 2016, more is what we'll get. With not one, but two hosts. A concept that's been tried and sometimes failed in the past. It used to be you get naked, you get nominated. Not anymore. Reporter: The last duo to hit the stage, Anne Hathaway and James Franco in 2011 got mixed reviews but who would make up the ultimate hosting dream team in 2016? How about Hollywood's favorite gal pal, Tina fey and Amy Poehler. Proves that there are still great roles for women over 40 as long as you get hired when you're under 40. Reporter: Or maybe bffs, J. Law and Amy Schumer. Whoever it ends up being here's hoping that two is better than one. Now, besides Tina and Amy we wanted to know who you thought would make a good hosting duo. So we asked you to tweet us some of your suggestions and there are some good ones here. Another duo, Ellen DeGeneres and Melissa Mccarthy. Kevin hart and the rock. That's good. Another suggestion, bring back whoopi Goldberg and Billy crystal to do it together. All great suggestions. I forgot about Melissa Mccarthy. She would be amazing. Yeah, she would. Way to go. Totally. I think her and her husband would be funny. That scene from "Bridesmaids," the greatest.
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