NBC has released a second commercial for the 2013 Golden Globe Awards helmed by funny ladies Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. In it, the two continue to make us laugh just as much as they did with the first commercial.
Poehler and Fey describe their hosting plans as “splendid,” “wondrous,” “clever,” “filled with surprises,” “extreme pageantry,” “slightly ghetto,” and “drunken.”
“And that’s just the red carpet!” they reveal. Watch below:
The 70th annual Golden Globes air live on NBC Sunday, January 13. Fey and Poehler seem to be really embracing the opportunity they have to appeal primarily to their diehard fans who’ve worshipped them on 30 Rock, Parks & Rec, and Saturday Night Live.
The first promo for the Golden Globes was released last week and featured the duo putting on their best British accents.
Not only will they host, but they are also Golden Globe nominees. They were both nominated in the Best Actress in a Television Comedy or Musical category for their roles in Parks & Rec and 30 Rock. They are up against Lena Dunham in Girls, Julia-Louis Dreyfus’ Veep, and Zooey Deschanel in New Girl. Fey’s 30 Rock co-star Alec Baldwin was nominated in the Best Actor category and will compete against Don Cheadle (House of Lies), Louis C.K. (Louie), Matt LeBlanc (Episodes), and Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory).
The Golden Globe nominees were announced on December 13. Lincoln led the pack with seven nods while Django Unchained and Argo each scored five. On the television side, Mad Men‘s chance at a Best Television Globe in Drama was scratched as newcomer The Newsroom appeared to take its place on the list. The Aaron Sorkin show will go up against Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Downton Abbey, and Homeland.
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