Sandra Oh is very terrified to co-host the 2019 Golden Globes on Sunday.
The Greys Anatomy star will be co-hosting the annual award with Andy Samberg as they kick off award season.
Though theyve never worked on the same shows, the unlikely duo first came together for the Primetime Emmy Awards in September and proved to be a popular pairing.
Understandably Sandra is feeling the pressure ahead of the big gig this weekend.
Speaking to E! News on Thursday, the 47-year-old said: I have so many stomach problems right now!
But her co-host is opting to joke away any nerves he may have.
He said: Like, weve got it. Its all under control. We just have to write the whole show, rehearse it, get all our clothes for it and then also do it, he deadpanned.
But other than that, its done!
Sandra and Andy will break a run of solo male hosts, including Seth Meyers (2018), Jimmy Fallon (2017) and Ricky Gervais (2016), which was preceded by female double act Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who teamed up for three consecutive years.
The Golden Globes Awards are taking place on 6 January.
Guests will start arriving on the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton at around 5pm Pacific Time, although this is around 1am on Monday morning here so be ready to stay up late if you want to catch all of the action.
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NBC will be live-streaming on their website and app, although this is only available in the USA.
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