Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg take the stage.
Before the show, they said they’ll steer clear of politics, and keep the show fizzing.
“Everyone is depressed, and maybe that’s as good a reason as any that everyone could use a little time to laugh and celebrate,” said Samberg.
“Not to ignore anything, but we spend so much time every day wallowing in a lot of things that are happening in our world that are really depressing, and with good reason — that stuff needs to be paid attention to — but there’s also power to being positive and celebratory in the tougher times as well.”
Oh agreed, saying they hoped to bring “a moment of joy”.
“I know when Andy and I were talking about the feeling that I really want to bring, and really focus on, is just to have a moment of joy,” she said.
Oh is also a nominee, favoured to win a Golden Globe award for best actress for her Killing Eve role.
“Honestly, with who is going to be in that audience, the nominees this year, it excites me so tremendously – mostly because of the diversity in that room.”