Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Will Return to Host Golden Globes in 2021: Here Are 6 Hilarious Awards Show Moments From the Two

NBC Entertainment chairman Paul Telegdy announced Saturday that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return to host the 2021 Golden Globes, according to Deadline.

The comedy duo and former "Weekend Update" co-hosts are no strangers to hosting award shows. The two have a natural chemistry, making them a perfect fit for the 78th Golden Globe Awards. Both Fey and Poehler previously hosted the Golden Globes from 2013 to 2015.

Here are six hilarious moments of the two at various award shows over the years to prepare for their return to the Golden Globes.

Teaching Hollywood About Cake and Birthdays

After announcing Jennifer Aniston's presence at the 2015 Golden Globes and her nomination for her role in the movie Cake, the two decided to teach all the attendees what cake and birthdays are. "We should explain to all the people in the room--all the Hollywood people--cake is like a... fluffy dessert that people eat on their birthdays," Poehler said.

"Birthdays are a thing people celebrate, when they admit they have aged," Fey chimed in.

The two also did a hilarious impression of British actors playing American roles in the clip.

Parks and Recreation Starring Jennifer Lawrence

In their second year hosting, Poehler was nominated for Best Performance in a Television Series-Musical or Comedy for her role as Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation. During their opening monologue, Fey announced her co-host's nomination.

"I believe Amy is here tonight. Can we get a shot of her?" Poehler responded.

The camera cut to American Hustle star Jennifer Lawrence, and Poehler quipped that it was "hard to believe she's a 42-year old mother of two." When Fey joked that the Parks and Recreation star was hard to work with, Poehler self-deprecated that she was a "straight-up b***h."

Are They Hosting the Oscars?

When the 91st Academy Awards opted out of having a host, Fey and Poehler, alongside with fellow SNL member Maya Rudolph, opened the show. Besides hilarious quips like asking winners to endorse Hellmann's Mayonnaise or cracking stereotypical host monologue jokes ("Rome is on Netflix? What's next, my microwave makes a movie?"), perhaps the best line came from Fey. "We are not your hosts, but we're going to stand here a little too long, so that the people who get USA Today tomorrow are going to think we hosted," she said, before striking a pose.

Tina Fey Can't Reprise Her Role as Sarah Palin

One of Fey's best known characters on Saturday Night Live was her portrayal as then-Governor Sarah Palin (alongside Poehler's Hillary Clinton). During the 2013 Golden Globes, Fey referenced her famous impression, when Poehler noted that Julianne Moore was nominated for playing Palin in the TV movie Game Change. "I used to win prizes for that, too," Fey said, before unsuccessfully trying to pull out her Palin impression.

Poehler's Parks and Rec Win

In addition to all the funny moments while co-hosting with Tina Fey, Poehler's first win for her role as Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation was truly moving. It's a genuinely human moment from the often larger-than-life actress, as she stumbles over her words trying to thank everyone. Fey brought the room back to its normal comedic place when she congratulated her co-host after the commercial break: "I love you, and there's a special place in Hell for you."

Neil Patrick Harris' Best Hecklers

Before presenting the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 2013 Emmy Awards, the duo, clad in 3-D glasses, heckled host Neil Patrick Harris and asked him to take his "pants off." When the How I Met Your Mother star said he wouldn't twerk because it would be degrading, Poehler responded that the two would be "de-grateful."

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Hosts Tina Fey (L) and Amy Poehler attend the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. The two will return to host the awards in 2021. Jeff Vespa/WireImage/Getty