Speaking from the red carpet, Fey – in black pointed suede pumps – and Poehler said Globe attendees can expect 50 wardrobe changes during the three-hour show and 10 “emotional changes.”
For their arrivals, Poehler donned a floor-length blue Stella McCartney dress adorned with pockets, while Fey wore an Antonio Berardi black and white number. While they got mixed reviews on their looks, they wowed the crowd during their opening monologue. (Poehler took the stage in sky-high Brian Atwood peep-toe platform sandals, although unfortunately we couldn’t see them under her deep blue floor-length dress.)
No one was off limits, and the pair targeted everyone from Bill Cosby to George and Amal Clooney (in Dior) to Sony cyberattacks and “The Interview.”
“Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler are at it again, and looking sleek and chic,” tweeted designer Kenneth Cole.
Ivanka Trump shared a similar message on twitter: “Already off to a good start #GoldenGlobes – love Tina and Amy.”
It’s clear that Fey and Poehler have been plotting their Golden Globes act for several weeks. “I’m going to try and maintain eye contact with one person and win that person over. So I’m going to try and get Julia Louis-Dreyfus to smile for once,” Poehler joked in the NBC promo clip earlier this week.
Of course, Poehler and Fey aren’t newcomers to the Golden Globes stage. This is the third year they scored the hosting gig and they insist it’s the last time they’ll be on stage.
But their loyal fans can catch them in their new film, “Sisters,” later this year. Poehler and Fey play sisters who have to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents move out of their house.
While we wait to see what else the pair has on tap for tonight, take a look at the gallery to see some of their best looks from the past. Who would win the showdown: Tina or Amy?