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Neil Patrick Harris The Oscars 2015 – ‘Frozen’ on Stage with NPH?!

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‘Frozen’ on stage with Neil Patrick Harris in next month’s Oscars 2015?

Are you a big fan of Frozen? What about the Oscars? Well, if you are a fan of those then you are in for a big treat next month!

Neil Patrick Harris? ?scoop? for next month?s Oscar 2015, he hinted out that it ?WON?T? be a song called ?Let it O?

Exciting news for Disney fans out there, NPH had just recently shared an Oscar exclusive that involves the movie Frozen and possibly the song ?Let It Go?. He said on his video post, ?I got a little Oscar exclusive. We’re happy to announce Kristen and Robert Lopez?Academy Award winners from the musical Frozen last year?have joined our creative fray,? Neil Patrick Harris also added that ?What they’re doing, I’m not at liberty to say. But I can tell you it won’t be a song called ?Let It O’ with a big giant Swarovski Crystal O in the background.?

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and her husband, Robert Lopez, wrote the songs for the 2014 hit Disney movie ?Frozen?. Two of their most memorable songs are ?Let It Go? and ?Do you want to build a snowman?

According to the show?s producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, on?their statement to E! News, ?We couldn’t be happier to have Kristen and Bobby Lopez write an incredibly special song for Neil Patrick Harris and special guests to perform this year on the Oscar stage, YouTube get ready!?

This is actually quite exciting, not that I?m a big fan of Frozen. I?m actually excited to see Neil Patrick Harris hosting the Oscars again. He is THE MOST entertaining host I have ever seen with his comedic lines and musical numbers. You can?t go wrong when you have NPH as a host, you just can?t. Another exciting part was the producers? statement ?YouTube get ready!? looks like this one is going to be big.

The 87th Academy Awards will air on ABC next month, February 22, 2015.

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