Tina Fey had quite the night on Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where she took home the trophy for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series for "30 Rock," a much more stress-free night than the actress' last award show at the Golden Globes, where she co-hosted with Amy Poehler.
"I think just stepping out there [on the Globes stage] to do that opening monologue with Amy and we were just standing there, looking at each other going, 'Why, why are we doing this? Why are we... oh well, here we go!' And we just had fun. It ended up being a fun thing," Tina told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson on the SAG red carpet on Sunday.
Tina and Amy threw numerous playful jabs at plenty of fellow stars while hosting, including Taylor Swift.
"I just feel like it was just a little joke, like two of your aunts, two of your old lady aunts teasing you at the Thanksgiving table, that's all it was," she said of her joke directed toward the singer about staying away from Michael J. Fox's son.
But could Taylor end up having the last laugh?
"Taylor Swift, might she write a song about you?" Shaun asked.
"I hope so," Tina said. "I would love it!"
So would Tina and Amy ever return to host the Globes again?
"Oh my gosh, we'll see, we'll see. It certainly was fun, we did have a good time. We'll see, we'll see if they want us back," she explained.
As for her SAG night, the writer/actress was happy to be with her co-stars just days before the series finale of her hit NBC comedy, which ends this week.
"Our whole ensemble's here and our show's ending this Thursday, so this is our, maybe our last trip out all together, so we're just so thrilled to be here," Tina explained.
-- Jesse Spero
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