Late Show: Tina Fey Never Hosting the Oscars & Mean Girls On Broadway


Late Show: Tina Fey Says “No Way” To Hosting Oscars

Just days after the Academy Awards are over, people are wondering who is going to host the Academy Awards in 2014. Well, you can count Tina Fey out already. Although Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were huge hits as the hosts of the Golden Globe Awards, when the Huffington Post asked her about possibly hosting next year she told them she wasn’t interested. But you probably won’t believe her reasoning.

“I just feel like that gig is so hard. Especially for, like, a woman – the amount of months that would be spent trying on dresses alone…no way,” Fey said. She even went on to tell the reporter there isn’t even a one in a million chance.


Late Show: Tina Fey Never Hosting the Oscars & Mean Girls On Broadway

David Letterman will talk with Tina Fey about her decision to never host the Oscars, how her Mean Girls musical is coming along and her new movie, Admission. (Helga Esteb /

It seems like everyone was hoping she would say yes to hosting the Oscars next year. Saturday Night Live and William Shatner even did a joke about how everyone wished Amy Poehler and Tina Fey hosted this year instead of Seth MacFarlane.

There’s always ne…never mind.


Late Show: Tina Fey Admission Review

Tina Fey’s newest movie, Admission, will be hitting the big screen March 22 2013, and some people may be surprised to see Tina Fey in a love movie, albeit all the comedy in it.

In the movie she plays an uptight Princeton University admissions officer who is caught off-guard when she visits the high school overseen by her college classmate, played by Paul Rudd. While there, Rudd reveals one of the students at the school may be a child she gave up for adoption years ago. As she finds herself bending the rules for a child that may not even be hers, she also starts falling for Rudd.

See, that does not sound like a Tina Fey movie.

Late Show: Tina Fey Mean Girls Broadway Play

Tina Fey’s film Mean Girls is one of those movies that you actually stop and watch when they are on TV even when there is a commercial on when you arrive at the channel. It just has that allure. Does it have the appeal for a Broadway audience though? Fey said she and her husband, Jeff Richmond, have announced plans to start working on a Broadway play of the film.


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