Sandra Oh, Andy Samberg want lighter tone at Golden Globes

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The Golden Globes kick off the showbusiness awards season on Sunday with Hollywood apparently in the mood for a party, and with plenty to celebrate.

Heading into the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, wherein TV favorites Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg are scheduled to co-host, we wanted to journey back a bit to some of the show's best moments so far. Leading the way is the hit movie: 'Crazy Rich Asians.' CGTN's May Lee reports.

The hosting duo interviewed each other for a lead-up piece to Sunday's show for The Hollywood Reporter.

In the Trump era in particular, award show hosts have had to toe the line in deciding whether to delve into politics.

"I don't really think that [getting political] is for the hosts necessarily. I don't think it's shallow to [number one] have fun and [number two] be honestly celebratory", adding that she is "not interested in [mentioning President Trump] at all".

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Ronan was among the winners at last year's Golden Globes, taking home the Best Actress - Comedy or Musical award for her performance in Lady Bird.

Safe to say millions of Killing Eve fans will be right there with Samberg and that fake Golden Globe for Oh.

And, as for talking about Donald Trump, the Grey's Anatomy star said she's 'not interested'. "That changes things. Just speaking for my own community, people cried a lot in ['Crazy Rich Asians"], and it's not only because it's a great story and a classic romantic comedy - it is because seeing yourself reflected on screen is really emotional when you don't even know that you're carrying so much grief [over] never being seen".

Actor Bradley Cooper accepts the the 32nd American Cinematheque Award during a ceremony to honor him in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., November 29, 2018.

Marvel Studios' superhero spectacle Black Panther, the top-grossing domestic film of 2018 ($700 million), nabbed a Best Motion Picture (Drama) nomination at the Golden Globes and a best ensemble nod from the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and it was named one of the American Film Institute's top 10 films of 2018.

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