In the midst of annoying highlights at the 2013 Emmy red carpet pre-show on E! (mani-cams galore), there was some sort of reasonably scoop to share from at least one man who knows a thing or about awards shows: LL Cool J. The star of “NCIS: Los Angeles” has hosted the Grammy Awards in the past, so it just seems right to have him on a familiar network in CBS in support of Neil Patrick Harris.
But are we going to be seeing a return Grammy appearance for him? As of right now, he told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet that nothing has been discussed yet, but he loved hosting the show and would be happy to do so again if asked.
As for “NCIS: Los Angeles,” he explained that he was excited for the 100th installment to air, while at the same time sharing what he thinks needs to be done in order to keep the go running for a hundred more episodes:
“All I want to do is approach it with humility, and try to keep the chemistry right and do it best.”
As of right now, we could ultimately see the show going for another 100 episodes given that the ratings are still strong, and there is still such a beloved fan base who wants to see it around for more. There will of course be all sorts of questions when it comes to it, including if the actors will all stay around, and if there will still be a good amount of story to share involving all of these characters.
Do you want to read some more scoop related to “NCIS: Los Angeles”? Just be sure to click here, where you can see the official opening title sequence for the new season. The new story starts on Tuesday.