Mandy Moore told Ryan Seacrest that she had done little preparation for her live performance at the 83rd Academy Awards.
Mandy Moore, the American singer and actress said artists performing at the Oscars had to hope "it worked out" after having little time to prepare, reports the Examiner.Speaking to television personality Seacrest on the red-carpet, Moore said the adrenaline 'had been flowing' since the early morning, adding that she was 'excited' about performing 'I See The Light' from the acclaimed Disney movie 'Tangled'. When asked by Seacrest how rehearsals for the performance had gone, Moore replied, "Rehearsals went well. Not much preparation. You just sort of show up here at the beginning of the weekend and go through it a bunch of times and hope that it works out in your favour". The 26-year-old was joined on stage by her 'Tangled' co-star Zachary Levi and the pianist Alan Menken for the performance, which was well-received by the star studded audience.
Mandy Moore, who is married to the country rocker Ryan Adams, said that after the performance she would "breathe a huge sigh of relief and change into a much more comfortable dress".