Updated: Mon, 25 Feb 2013 07:12:41 GMT | By Emma Jones
The 2013 Oscars: Best and worst moments

Worst selection from the in-house songbook



Worst selection from the in-house songbook (© Mario Anzuoni, Getty Images)
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  • Best tribute to Bond and women's health (© Mark Davis, WireImage/Getty Images)
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And now for an unrelated interruption from William Shatner, who in the absence of Tina and Amy, we all wished was hosting tonight. Shatner descended from the ceiling (via video link) as Captain Kirk and schooled MacFarlane on how to host.

Lesson #1: Make the audience feel uncomfortable with a song about breasts.

Lesson #2: Enlist Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum for an onstage waltz.

Lesson #3: Create a re-enactment of Flight using sock puppets.

Lesson #4: Join Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in a kick line.

Lesson #5: Dress up as the Flying Nun.

Lesson #6: Make sure you're invited back next year by singing a Disney song, "Be Our Guest," on the Disney-owned ABC network.

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