Into The Woods star Anna Kendrick is set to perform at the 87th Oscars in what show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron say is “something special that is sure to be an ‘Only on the Oscars’ moment.” The actress and singer, who was a presenter on the Grammys last night, was a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominee for 2009’s Up In The Air. ABC will air the Oscars live from the Dolby Theatre on February 22.
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