Oscars: Neil Patrick Harris Will Perform Song By 'Frozen' Duo

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Neil Patrick Harris signs copies of his new book "Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography" at Barnes & Noble bookstore at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove on Oct. 24, 2014 in Los Angeles.

Will Neil Patrick Harris be visiting Arendelle during the Oscars?

Okay, not exactly, but it was announced today that Oscar-winning songwriters Robert and Kristen Lopez, who most famously composed the music to Frozen, have joined the creative team for the Academy Awards. (Robert Lopez is also the Tony-winning composer behind The Book of Mormon, among other Broadway shows.)

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Harris shared the news himself on Twitter, explaining that he wasn't at liberty to say exactly what they were planning, but that he promised it wouldn't be "a song called 'Let It O' with a big giant Swarovski crystal O." He teased that "maybe they'll be writing something during the show."

If an off-the-cuff number is indeed what's planned, that would be similar to Harris' 2011 Tony hosting stint, where he impressively concluded the show with a rap about things that happened during the telecast. 

Whatever the Lopezes have up their sleeve, we're prepared to sing along.