15 women who should host the 2019 Golden Globes
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Golden Globes are the fun, younger sibling of the Oscars: a little less snobby and a little more alcohol. Hosting can be a difficult job, but if they decide not to go with Seth Meyers or a Jimmy again, we have a few suggestions.
The SNL all-star would be a natural fit — she has some experience in this area having co-hosted Film Independent's Spirit Awards, and she's already making fun of pop culture figures every week on NBC.
She's on HBO, so it's a longshot. But Rae would kill it on the Golden Globes, no Insecure-ity.
The first woman to host a late-night satirical talk show, Bee is a natural fit for awards hosting.
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She did a great job hosting the Oscars, and Ellen has recently begun touring as a stand-up again, which means she'd be in top form for the joke-heavy Globes.
It would be a very different ceremony, but it definitely wouldn't be boring. Haddish was the best host the MTV Movie & TV Awards has seen in a long time, and her playful energy could be just what the awards doctor ordered. We ready to see this happen!
Another longshot but one that's definitely worth hoping for: there's no doubt the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star would throw in plenty of her signature musical numbers, and the Globe-winner deserves to become a household name.
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There probably isn't a more versatile comedian working today, and it's a crime McCarthy hasn't broken into the awards hosting circuit.
Aidy has been a not-so-secret weapon for SNL for a while now, and it'd be great to see how her comedy works when she's performing as herself.
The SNL star made her name as a stand-up; hosting an awards show is where she'd shine.
What can't Maya Rudolph do? The answer: nothing.
The newly-minted talk show host is on E!, part of the NBCUniversal family, so it's not as far-fetched as it seems. Personable, and great at roasting celebrities, Busy would balance the night well between comedy and celebration.