9 New Golden Globes Hosting Duos to Replace Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in 2016

Could Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey replace Tina and Amy? In our dreams, perhaps

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For the past two years Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have made us laugh, gasp, smile and cry (from laughing so hard) with their Golden Globes hosting antics. On Jan. 11 the duo will take the GG stage one more time to emcee the night, which is sure to be filled with fast-paced humor, celebrity inside jokes, wardrobe changes, booze breaks and – hopefully – another appearance from Randy.

To make the transition a little easier, we are getting ready to say goodbye to this phenomenal hosting twosome now. As part of the grieving process, we’re thinking ahead to the other entertainment duos who could possibly fill Fey and Poehler’s hilarious heels in 2016. Here are our choices for the pairs who may have what it takes.

Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey

True Detective

season 2 has a brand new cast, so fans will have to find other ways to get their freaky-deaky Rust and Marty fix. The Globes could be a golden opportunity.

Abbi Abrams and Ilana Glazer

The ladies of Broad City come pre-approved for funny by Golden Globes goddess Amy Poehler – she helped produce their hit Comedy Central show – so why not let these next generation comedians take over?

Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss

These Mad Men big shots come with a silly side that viewers rarely see in the advertising office. It’s time to let Peggy and Don have a little fun, and maybe a few more slow dances.

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

It’s hard to accept that Breaking Bad is finished. But we can find joy in the fact that, in the real world, Walt and Jesse are forever – and we’re ready for a reunion.

Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph

Fey and Poehler proved Saturday Night Live ladies know how to emcee an awards show. Why mess with a sure thing? Swap in SNL alumnus, best friends and Bridesmaids costars Wigg and Rudolph, and keep the girl power going.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Just imagine, the first hosting couple in Golden Globes history! Baby Wyatt could make her big debut as the youngest Miss Golden Globes ever. It would be an evening of adorable firsts.

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele

The comedy duo are pros at working together and have hosting experience from heading up the TV Critics Association awards, giving them a near perfect resume for Golden Globes leadership duties.

Jason Bateman and Will Arnett

If Arrested Development‘s Gob wants to get his magic show to the big time, this is his ticket to a Las Vegas residency. Throw in former costar and buddy Jason Bateman and we’re as good as golden.

Zooey Deschanel and Jake Johnson

It’s sometimes hard (and sad) to remember these New Girl actors aren’t an on-again off-again item in real life, which is why we’d like to see Nick and Jess take over the Golden Globes in character.

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