When Friends was still airing new episodes it got tons of Emmy nominations, and Jennifer Aniston even won one for her work as Rachel Green! But now, years later, pretty much anyone would want to see her and BFF/co-star Courteney Cox on that Emmy's stage just one last time. 2015, maybe?
Ed Sheeran opened up for Taylor Swift on her "Red" tour, and thus these guys got pretty close. They've also both been nominated for a few Grammys (and Taylor has won, like, a million) and clearly make amazing music together ("Everything Has Changed," anyone?!), so it seems like hosting the Grammy Awards is just a natural progression for these two.
Besties since they starred on Broadway together in "Spring Awakening," Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele aren't exactly strangers to the New York theater scene. Sorry, NPH, but we want these two to take the Tony Awards hosting reigns next year.
If you follow either Julianne Hough and/or Nina Dobrev on Insta, you know that these two gal pals are pretty adorable, especially when they're together. With Julianne's tie to Dancing With The Stars and Nina's leading role on Vampire Diaries, these two have "Teen Choice Awards" hosts written all over 'em.
Technically this should've happened in 1998 and we are still amazed that it hasn't happened at all. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, bros since they co-wrote and co-starred in the academy award-winning Good Will Hunting, need to get back up on that Oscars stage and host. Hopefully 2014's host Ellen Degeneres won't at all take this personally.
Katy Perry and Rihanna always get people talking when they perform and/or simply walk the red carpet at MTV's Video Music Awards, so can you imagine how headline-worthy it would be if these two pop goddesses hosted the darn thing? Brain. Exploding.
Even though Ariana Grande is a bonafide mini Mariah (as in Carey) these days, she's still got her Nickelodeon roots. And it's a no brainer that she and her Sam & Cat gal pal Jennette McCurdy could run the entire slime-filled Kids' Choice Awards and totally nail it. Agree?