Burke added during the panel that she believed producers made a wise choice when they chose to go without a host for the awards ceremony, according to Entertainment Tonight.
"Ah mahalo dude, I was their first choice to host this year, and my goal was to make it the most fun and entertaining Oscars ever".
The comedian stepped down in December, just hours after he was announced as the host, after homophobic tweets he posted nearly eight years ago resurfaced.
"There wasn't messiness beyond the Kevin Hart situation".
Burke's worries about the host-less February 24 ceremony have vanished as it comes together with a "phenomenal" line-up of presenters, she told a TV critics meeting.
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"After that, it was pretty clear that we were going to stay the course", she explained.
Burke said her worries about the host-less ceremony have vanished as it comes together with a "phenomenal" line-up of presenters.
"This time, ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke says the decision to go without a host was made "wisely" by the show's producers. People really care", Burke told reporters. "We all got on board with that". The main goal, which I was told, was the Academy promised ABC previous year after a very lengthy telecast to keep the show to three hours.
She added that speculation over the shape of the ceremony was an encouraging sign that the Oscars were still relevant. She also mentioned that a "lack of clarity" over the ceremony kept the Oscars in the headlines. "It's fascinating. We're going to see a big turnout for this because these are big, popular movies who are being nominated".
The Oscars host traditionally opens the ceremony with a comedic monologue focusing on celebrities, the state of the movie industry as well as cultural and political issues.
The 2019 Oscars air Sunday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on ABC.