"We're trying every week to top ourselves," he told E! News' Will Marfuggi at GQ's Men of the Year celebration. "Next week we have Will Ferrell in a Christmas segment, we also have an obstacle course that's going to be slightly controversial, I don't want to give it away."
Eichner revealed he got Moore, who took home an Oscar for Still Alice, to be on Billy on the Street via Twitter. She was following him—"I don't know why, I guess she was a fan."—so he sent her a direct message. "I knew if I went through a manager or publicist, it never would've happened because it's Julianne Moore," he explained. It was just a few weeks after she won the Oscar and she got back to him within an hour. The rest? TV history that you can see above.
Click play on the video up top to hear what Eichner had to say about watching Moore do those monologues, trying to land Meryl Streep on his show and which magazine he'd be Man of the Year of.
Be sure to tune into E! News at 7 and 11 p.m. for more from GQ's Men of the Year event.