UNIVERSAL CITY, California — It might be the biggest night of his life. On Sunday, June 6, at exactly 9 p.m. ET, 27-year-old Aziz Ansari will walk out onto the stage at the Gibson Amphitheatre to host the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. The seats will be filled with Hollywood's elite, celebs will be frittering to and fro backstage as they await their various show duties, and millions of fans will be watching at home. In short, the pressure will be on.

But it's a job Aziz is ready for. From his co-starring spot on NBC's "Parks and Recreation" to his improv work on MTV's "Human Giant" to his creation of bombastic comedian Raaaaaaaandy, one thing Ansari can be trusted to do is make people laugh, and then laugh some more.

Still, the guy has got to be sweating a bit as the big day approaches. But luckily he's got the support of Hollywood behind him, and the likes of Russell Brand, Sarah Jessica Parker and "Jersey Shore" star Snooki weighed in with advice for Ansari.

"Hosting — it's so hard!" said two-time VMA host Brand, not so much offering advice as a stern warning. "You're there for ages. It's all the panic, the dress rehearsals, people don't turn up. It's difficult."

Parker, who hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2000, had one helpful tip for Aziz's body and mind. "I would say have plenty of fluids backstage, perhaps intravenously!" she said.

"Jersey Shore" star Snooki — who will be MTV News' guest correspondent on the Movie Awards red carpet Sunday — had one specific suggestion for the type of fluid Ansari would be wise to imbibe come Sunday night. "Just have a couple shots before you get on," she said. "You're probably going to be very nervous in front of all these celebrities, millions of people on TV. Pretty much, just down a bottle of tequila and you're good. It washes out the nerves!"

One man who's quite familiar with those Movie Awards nerves is Andy Samberg, who hosted the show last year and was not worried about Ansari. "I don't need to give Aziz any advice," Samberg said. "He's great. I think he's gonna kill it. He's a friend of mine and one of the funniest dudes I know. I'm really excited just to see it."

Another of the funniest dudes in Hollywood, Judd Apatow, couldn't let Aziz assume hosting duties without giving him a good-natured ribbing. "He's a cocky young man," Apatow said of Ansari. "He's not afraid. He should be afraid!"

Don't miss the live red-carpet coverage, exclusive movie clips and fist-pumping action on MTV News' "Jersey Shore Blow-Out at the MTV Movie Awards," airing live from Los Angeles this Sunday, June 6, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Then stay tuned for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards at 9 p.m. ET/PT.