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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Seth MacFarlane is sure this will be his only time hosting the Oscars and he already has an idea who his replacements will be.
MacFarlane says it's "very likely" that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will get the job.
They got raves for hosting the Golden Globes. MacFarlane says preparing to host the Oscars is hard work.
He says he doesn't like "working 150 hours a week."
He's continuing to voice the characters in "Family Guy" and "American Dad" while preparing for the Oscars.
He says it's "very vocally taxing" because there's a lot of screaming and yelling. He admits he's "a little exhausted."
| Oscar Quick Facts |
Emil Jannings received the first Oscar for Best Actor in 1929 for roles in "The Last Command and "The Way of All Flesh." The Oscar for Best Actress went to Janet Gaynor for her roles in "7th Heaven" and "Street Angel."
Best Actress in 1980
Sally Field took the honor of Best Actress for her role in "Norma Rae." She beat out a tough group -- Jill Clayburgh, Jane Fonda, Marsha Mason and Bette Midler.
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion has played host to more Academy Awards ceremonies than any other venue (20+).
Prior to his 2003 death, Bob Hope hosted the Academy Awards 18 times. He hosted the Oscars more than any other. The closest to Hope's total is Billy Crystal (8).
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