5 Things We'll Miss At This Year's Oscars
Remember when Ellen DeGeneres realized everyone's Oscar dreams and dished out free pizza? We do, too.
"Let's do this," Chris Rock says in an Oscar promo video.
We're looking forward to Chris Rock's return as host of the Oscars on Feb. 28, but there are a few things we already know we're going to miss.
Like free pizza and Ellen selfies.
Throwback to the 2014 Oscars, which were hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. That show is the highest rated Oscar telecast since 2000.
Rock also probably won't have an elaborate Broadway performance as an opening monologue.
The 88th Academy Awards air live Sunday, Feb. 28 on ABC.
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