Watch out, Taylor Swift. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s “Dope Squad” is coming for you. The Dec. 19 SNL hosts spoofed Tay’s “Bad Blood” video and showed off their own epic squad, which includes Amy Schumer and Gayle King!
The only way the Dec. 19 Saturday Night Live annual Christmas show could have been more amazing is if Tina Fey, 45, and Amy Poehler, 44, had hosted it. Oh wait, they did! And it was awesome. We got to see some of our old favorite characters, and bask in the Tinamy glory. Here’s the scoop!
Our comedy heroes Tina Fey, 45, and Amy Poehler, 44, took over Saturday Night Live on Dec. 19, and we still can’t get over their magnificent opening monologue! The perfect pair took on Christmas carols and created the best mash-up EVER. Here’s what went down!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will always be the pair we want to be super close with. These two comedy queens are spunky, sassy and so much fun. They’ve shined on SNL, owned the Golden Globes and now they’re back together on the big screen in Sisters. We’ve rounded up 9 times everyone’s yearned for a friend like these two!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens may be the hottest movie release of the year, but it looks like there is at least one person who won’t be lining up to catch the intergalactic flick: Amy Poehler, 44! The typically sunny Parks and Rec actress completely lost her cool while discussing the franchise on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Dec. 17, admitting that she’s “sick” of talking about the film and quite frankly, just doesn’t “f-king care.” Watch her hilarious rant below!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are bringing the funny in their new movie Sisters. Since they are competing with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, they are doing everything they can to drum up hype for their new movie and this latest promo is absolutely hilarious. Ever wondered what Amy and Tina would be like as nuns? Let’s just say they aren’t your average holy angels.
Tina Fey. Amy Poehler. Need I say more? I’ve been ready for this movie for my entire life, practically, or at least since I heard about it last year. Now, Sisters has finally arrived, and it is by far my favorite Christmas present this season. Tinamy’s chemistry onscreen is as fabulous as you’d expect, and even if the plot doesn’t entice you, go and see this movie purely for 120 minutes of these comedy queens interacting with each other. Plus, it’s crazy and silly and everything that one needs in a holiday film.