The Academy Awards might end on schedule this time because some of the guests have a strict bedtime.
Anne Hathaway is co-hosting the 2011 Oscars with James Franco and the actress made an appearance at New York City elementary school P.S. 22 in Staten Island to invite their chorus to sing at Hollywood's most prestigious event.
The PS22 Chorus has become a YouTube sensation, performing songs from Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" to Jay-Z's "Run This Town," and Hathaway revealed the affect their videos had on her.
"I just have to say, I've been watching the PS22 Choir on YouTube for about two years now and you guys have brought such joy into my heart," Hathaway told the kids on Thursday.
Hathaway made the announcement at the end of the Chorus' Christmas program, which the 'Love and Other Drugs' star called "the greatest concert" she had seen.
"At first when Anne Hathaway came out, I thought she was just there to say thank you, like, 'It was such a wonderful performance,'" said Azaria Chamorro, 10. "But when she said we were going to Hollywood, I just went, 'Ahhh!'"
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards, produced by Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer, will air Sunday, February 27 on ABC. Watch the clip to see the kids go crazy when Hathaway invites them to Hollywood.