Golden Globes Co-Host Not Interested in Mentioning Trump During Show

Saoirse Ronan as Mary Queen of Scots

In it, they discuss what they're most excited about for the show and address how much political and/or anti-Trump content will be featured. News on Sunday, Jan. 6, for E!'s Live From the Red Carpet 2019 Golden Globes special, followed by the telecast on NBC at 8 p.m.

British actor Oldman, 60, won a best actor Globe past year for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour while Irish star Ronan, 24, won a best actress prize for Lady Bird. "I think everybody is exhausted of politics, and maybe for one night we can have fun and not worry about the state of the world". "I don't think it's shallow to [number one] have fun and [number two] be honestly celebratory", adding that she is "not interested in [mentioning President Trump] at all".

Safe to say millions of Killing Eve fans will be right there with Samberg and that fake Golden Globe for Oh.

Read the full interview at The Hollywood Reporter.

Oh later noted that she doesn't have any interest in talking about President Trump at all.

The duo agreed that as hosts, they don't plan to "go hard into detailed politics stuff", as Samberg said. However, both hosts agreed that they want to focus on the massive changes being made in Hollywood in the wake of large diversity movements sparked by the #MeToo campaign and several others that have led to an incredibly different casting lineup in film and TV.

With NBC's presentation of the 76th annual Golden Globes just around the corner, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has finally started announcing the various presenters for the awards ceremony.

But competition is strong for the best comedy or musical statuette, with historical romp "The Favourite", romantic comedy "Crazy Rich Asians", 1960s road trip "Green Book" and "Mary Poppins Returns" all vying for honors.

"Let us have a moment of joy", said Oh, who is favoured to win a Golden Globe award for best actress for her role in the drama series Killing Eve.

HFPA, however, has not revealed the awards that all the actors will be presenting.

Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born continues to be the one to beat in the Best Picture race, with five total Golden Globe nominations, including Best Picture (Drama).