Ellen DeGeneres has joked ''there will be Twerking'' at the Oscars, saying she's going to be copying some of Miley Cyrus' moves.
Ellen Degeneres has joked ''there will be Twerking'' at the Oscars.
The talk show star is hosting the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday (02.03.14) for the second time, and joked that she'll be taking it less seriously than in 2007 and pulling some butt-shaking moves like Miley Cyrus.
She told website Access Hollywood: ''There will be Twerking... I mean, I have a foam finger all picked out. It's gonna be classy... I'm gonna be so drunk, no memories. I'm not gonna remember a thing and that's my goal.
''I hope I remember nothing. The first time I did it sober and I thought, 'That's easy!' So this time I plan on drinking nonstop, and I'm live Tweeting which I couldn't do seven years ago.
''So I'll be Tweeting throughout the entire show, [plus] taking pictures of people in compromising positions.''
Ellen has also promised to make fun of the nominees and has plenty of jokes lined up.
She added: ''They [the nominees] should be filled with fear! ... I'll be in the audience a lot and I will be playing with people in the audience a lot. Sometimes they'll know it and sometimes they won't. Nobody's gonna get hurt, but there's fun to be had.''
The Oscars 2014 will be broadcast on channel ABC in the US live from Hollywood on Sunday.
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