Tina Fey does it all—except for the Oscars.
Appearing on Tuesday morning's Today show, the former 30 Rock star once again fielded questions as to whether she'd be interested in emceeing Hollywood's Biggest Night, and her answer remained the same.
"No!" she told Today co-anchor Savannah Guthrie. "I'm happy to be able to say, 'No, thank you'…it's just so hard, it's super hard...And for a woman, the number of dresses you have to try on and the amount of tricep dips, forget it!"
That definitive response would seem to put an end to the speculation—if only the 42-year-old Fey wasn't so darn good at that awards show thing, most notably when she and BFF Amy Poehler drew raves in January after cohosting the Golden Globes.
When asked whether she'd do a Globes encore, the comedian demurred.
"That was super fun. I don't know, I mean, ideally we'd just be like, 'Remember that time we did that and then we never did it again?' We'll see," she said.
Fey also talked about Admission, her new big-screen comedy with funnyman Paul Rudd, praising the mustache the latter's currently sporting for the Anchorman sequel now in production.
"That's gonna look great on him when he has his '70s suit on him," she said.
She also thanked everyone at the Today show staff for all their 30 Rock appearances and revealed she was enjoying spending her post-show time with her two young daughters.
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