In further Super Bowl-related celebrity news, it was announced late Thursday that comedian Conan O'Brien would be the host of the 2016 NFL Honors broadcast — an annual song-and-dance the Saturday before the big game that was hosted by Seth Meyers last year. This is just the fifth time the awards show has been held, the first being in 2012.

The Super Bowl 50 edition will be staged at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and airs on CBS at 9 p.m. ET on February 5 — though it's unclear if that's a live broadcast or if it's taped and aired on a delay, and the recorded version is aired at 9 p.m. PT as well? Clearly I am unfamiliar with these Oscars of football, but it appears that 9 p.m. is the Pacific broadcast time too.

The ceremony bestows awards like Assistant Coach of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year, as well as the year's inductees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

It's also where tickets may be available to the public, if at all, though Bill Graham is a pretty big venue. We'll update you if any appear for sale.

So, in addition to Alicia Keyes and Beyoncé, be on the lookout for Conan O'Brien dining next to you as Super Bowl weekend approaches.

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