Oscars 2019: There's No Host for First Time in 30 Years

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There has been no shortage of controversy for the 91st Academy Awards, which airs Sunday night at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.

For the first time in 30 years, there will be no host.

You can expect to see forthcoming "Captain Marvel" actress Brie Larson as a presenter, as well as "Black Panthers" dynamic bad-guy Michael B. Jordan. 

Countless stories, one night. The #Oscars, tonight at 8e|5p. pic.twitter.com/piYFkDAQMM

— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 24, 2019

Just because there is no host doesn't mean you can't play along with an Oscars 2019 ballot. Here's a ballot from CBS News you can print out and play along as the ceremony takes place: 

http://docs.cbsnews.com/17/pdfs/Oscars_2019_nominees_ballot.pdf

And in case you forgot, we have the nominees for the Oscars 2019: Full List.