15 women who should host 2019 Golden Globes: Tiffany Haddish, more

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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. 

Kate McKinnon

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.

Issa Rae

She’s on HBO, so it’s a longshot. But Rae would kill it on the Golden Globes, no Insecure-ity.

Samantha Bee

The first woman to host a late-night satirical talk show, Bee is a natural fit for awards hosting. 

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer

Broad City might be coming to an end but we’d give anything to see these two together again. And we know this show loves a female hosting duo.

Ellen DeGeneres

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.

Tiffany Haddish

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!

Rachel Bloom

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. 

Kristen Bell

Make the Golden Globes the Good Place!

Melissa McCarthy

There probably isn’t a more versatile comedian working today, and it’s a crime McCarthy hasn’t broken into the awards hosting circuit. 


The actress has had a breakout year with Crazy Rich Asians and Oceans 8, and her stint hosting SNL proves she’s more than up to the task. 

Aidy Bryant 

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.

Leslie Jones

The SNL star made her name as a stand-up; hosting an awards show is where she’d shine.

Maya Rudolph

What can’t Maya Rudolph do? The answer: nothing.

Busy Philipps

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. 

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