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The 'How I Met Your Mother' actor announces that he will serve as emcee at the Academy Awards on February 22 next year.
The Tonny-winning actor, who recently got married to his longtime partner David Burtka, talks about their Italian wedding during a visit to 'The View'.
The 'How I Met Your Mother' star announces he got married to his fiance over the weekend.
The 'How I Met Your Mother' star shared a picture of his love, David Burtka, along with their twin children, saying that the split rumors were 'woefully mistaken.'
Many first-timers appear on the magazine's annual list which is divided into the categories women, men, couples, originals and professionals.
Not long after Harris revealed that he was asking Murphy for a cameo, the show's creator gave him a thumbs up.
Harris, who won a Tony recently for his role as the transgender German rocker, will not portray the role beyond August.
Harris, dressing up as Hedwig from his Broadway hit, performs 'Sugar Daddy' with co-star Lena Hall while Menzel wows the crowd with emotional performance of 'Always Starting Over' from 'If/Then'.
Bryan Cranston and Neil Patrick Harris predictably won the best performance by an actor in a play and musical respectively.
The actors took home one prize each but Harris had to share his with Jefferson Mays of 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder'.
Other performers for the awards show, which will air on CBS on June 8, include Sutton Foster, Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Fantasia, Sting and Allan Cumming.
The CBS honcho clarifies Harris' statement that he was approached to replace David Letterman and says there are no talks with Joel McHale about the 12:30 slot.
The former 'How I Met Your Mother' star admits he was asked if he's interested in replacing David Letterman, but turned it down because he would get bored.
The actor, who is taking part in Broadway's 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch', only wears a black bowtie with a top hat covering his private parts.
This year's nomination list is dominated by 'A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder' with 10, followed by Harris' 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' with 8.