Eric Andre Auditions For MTV VMA Host Spot

He'd be better than Russell Brand for a fourth &%$*ing time. MTV is set to air the Video Music Awards on August 25th but have yet to sign a host to the big event. Eric Andre is so interested in the gig that he put together this audition tape. The worst that can happen is that they don't pick him. And dog bites. Dog bites are the worst thing that can happen.

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