Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the Oscar winning team behind Frozen’s megahit ‘Let it Go’, will be bringing their talents to this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, by penning an original musical number for host Neil Patrick Harris.

Neil Patrick HarrisThis year's Oscars host Neil Patrick Harris

The announcement was made by the ceremony’s producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who said that the two are currently constructing "an original multimedia musical sequence" called "Moving Pictures.”

"On the heels of the international success of last year’s Frozen and their Oscar for 'Let It Go,' we couldn't be happier to have Kristen and Bobby Lopez write an incredibly special song for Neil Patrick Harris and special guests to perform this year on the Oscar stage," said Zadan and Meron in a statement. Adding, "YouTube, get ready!”

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Harris also shared the news on Twitter, uploading a 30-second video clip with the caption, ‘Check out my Twitter video #Oscar exclusive! I gots me a scoop!’

The Lopezes also shared their excitement ahead of the ceremony saying, "We love the Oscars® and have always been huge Neil Patrick Harris fans, so when he asked us to write him a song for this year’s show we said, 'Yes!' before he could finish the sentence — it’s possible he may have been asking us for something else," .

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"We are having so much fun collaborating and have even enjoyed weaving our experience as Oscar nominees into the song.”

Last year the couple took home the Academy Award for Best Original Song for 'Let it Go', they are currently working on a new musical titled Up Here, which Robert Lopez has described as "kind of like Annie Hall meets Cirque du Soleil. It's a romantic comedy with a huge theatrical twist."

Robert and Kristen Lopez Robert and Kristen Lopez with their Oscars last year

This year's Oscars ceremony will be held on February 22nd at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and will be broadcast live around the world.