"Aw, I feel bad if [Taylor Swift] was upset. I am a feminist, and she is a young and talented girl. That being said, I do agree I am going to hell. But for other reasons. Mostly boring tax stuff."
- Amy Poehler to The Hollywood Reporter in response to Taylor Swift saying she and Tina Fey are going to hell for making a joke about her at the Golden Globes.
One of the more memorable moments form Sunday's Golden Globe Awards was Paul Rudd and Salma Hayek standing onstage speechless after their teleprompter unexpectedly crapped out on them while they were presenting the award for Best TV Drama. They had just presented another TV award prior to that, and as Rudd explains to Vulture, he didn't know he was still on TV at first:
"We didn't know, I didn't know they were doing two [categories] — we never had rehearsal. And they didn't tell us, so we were just standing there, and I honestly thought they went to commercial! [Laughs.] I mean, there was nothing on [the teleprompter]! And [...]
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are co-hosting The Golden Globes this Sunday, airing on NBC at 8PM ET/5 PM PT, and it should go down in history as the first intentionally funny awards show ever. Talking about the show to Entertainment Weekly, Fey joked that the ceremony will be "the sloppiest, best ever. The defining moment for a generation. But that generation is people who are currently in their nineties. And they've seen some stuff, so that’s actually saying more." Poehler added, "Tina and I have done a lot of research and we found out that our demo is 90-year-olds and babies. So we’re going to try to [...]
The 2013 Golden Globe nominations came in this morning, and, as usual, they snubbed a bunch of TV's best comedies. Community and Happy Endings didn't receive a single nomination (and never have, from the Globes), whereas Parks and Recreation and Louie only got one nomination each for acting and not for Best TV Comedy. To put things into perspective, the Matt LeBlanc Showtime series Episodes got a Best TV Comedy nomination, an honor that was not bestowed upon 30 Rock, Community, Happy Endings, Parks and Recreation, and Louie. And most important of all, Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman has never been nominated for a Golden Globe (or an [...]