Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globes for three-years in a row, and this year we finally got a change with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. So how did they do? I think they did GREAT. The opening monologue was hilarious! The bit about James Cameron was priceless.
I wish we would have seen more of them throughout the show, honestly. They only took the stage a handful of times, and I really wish we would have seen more from them!
I think they did amazing. I wish there would have been MORE MORE MORE!
In case you missed it, here is there opening dilougue!
After two years of Ricky Gervais as the host, the Golden Globes are looking to go in a different direction. It has just been announced that BFF’s Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting the 2013 Golden Globes!
Seth who? A couple of weeks after the Oscars landed MacFarlane, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has managed to top the Academy’s unconventional pick, booking two majorly funny stars for their show’s 2013 ceremony: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.
HFPA’s president, Dr. Aida Takla-O’Reilly (along with dick clark productions and NBC) announced Monday that the actresses (and former Saturday Night Livecostars) will co-host coverage of this year’s Golden Globes, airing Sunday, January 13.
“The unparalleled comedic timing of Tina and Amy will surely have viewers wanting to tune-in to see them in action,” Takla-O’Reilly shared. “The HFPA is thrilled to have the magnetic duo be a part of the show’s 70th anniversary!”
“Having both Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on board to host this year’s festivities is a major coup,” Paul Telegdy, President of NBC Entertainment’s Alternative and Late Night Programming, added.
“Tina and Amy have a proven chemistry and comedic timing from their many years together on SNL to their successful co-starring roles in Baby Mama.”
I think they will be GREAT! I love both of them, and I think they will be hilarious!
’30 Rock’ will end it’s seven-season run early next year. To celebrate the 10-Emmy-winning-comedy, Entertainment Weekly sat down with Rock’s creator and star, Tina Fey, for an interview. EW arrived on set just in time to watch a scene from the third episode of the final season (which will premiere on October 4 at 8:00PM), in which Liz Lemon is shocked to learn a secret about Tracy Jordan.
Explains Fey, “I discover that Tracy Jordan has tweeted, “I agree @theRealStephenHawking. Women are just not funny — never have been, never will be. #plotpoint.” (We won’t ruin the outcome for you, but suffice it to say that the resolution involves Lemon dressed in a lab coat and declaring, “Don’t thank me — thank Roe v. Wade!”)
Over the course of the two-day interview, conducted on Rock‘s set in Long Island City, Queens, Fey also looks back on her time as head writer at Saturday Night Live (fun fact: one of the sketches she submitted to land a job at SNL had “something to do with a legal trial about pudding”) and her transformation from frumpy behind-the-scenes writer to bespectacled “Weekend Update” sex symbol (“I think you should look back. There are some hair and some teeth problems”); breaking through into film with the screenplay for Mean Girls (“We had a lot of trouble with the MPAA with that movie”); and teaming with Amy Poehler and Steve Carell in Baby Mama (an underrated gem!) and Date Night, respectively. “I liked the opportunity to play a person who was married,” Fey says of Date Night, “as opposed to a rapidly decaying woman going on dates.” And of course we didn’t let her get away without giving us some scoop on 30 Rock‘s final season, which will involve a “sexual awakening” for Liz Lemon, a Skype conversation between Jack Donaghy and Ann Romney’s horse Rafalca, and the return of Matthew Broderick as Cooter. “I think it will be hard,” says Fey of ending the series. But there’s hope for us all, Fey fans, as it seems the 42-year-old multihyphenate isn’t done with the small screen just yet: “I would love to get another TV show on the air someday.”
NBC is gonna be hurting once ’30 Rock’ is gone!! Yikes!