With reporting by Josh Horowitz
About halfway through an already pretty raucous Golden Globes -- thanks to the efforts of hilarious hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey -- Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig took the stage to present the award for Best Screenplay... And killed.
Their laugh-so-hard-you-cry presentation made us, at least, immediately hit the stump to try and get the duo nominated for the hosting slots now vacated by Poehler and Fey (that's a thing, right? Fan vote for hosts?). But as we found out when we sat down with Wiig at the Sundance Film Festival to talk about her upcoming movie "The Diary of a Teenage Girl," it isn't even close to a done deal yet.
"I haven't received the call yet," Wiig told MTV News, laughing.
Though Wiig hasn't necessarily been patiently waiting by her phone -- or, given her reaction, possibly even entertained the idea -- "Diary" co-star Alexander Skarsgård was excited and intrigued.
"Did you kill it? I was out of the country, I haven't seen it," Skarsgård said, before facetiously asking, "Were you... Hilarious?"
The funny thing though -- or maybe the serious thing -- is that Wiig may have been right there on stage, but she has no more of an idea of how well she did than Skarsgård.
"It's funny because you can't really hear what's happening when you're on the stage," Wiig said. "And I remember Bill and I when we left were like, 'Did we just... bomb out there? What happened?' You can't tell when you're out there at all."
"They were laughing on the inside," joked fellow "Diary" star Bel Powley.
History has proven, though, that Wiig-Hader '16 is definitely the Globes hosting ticket we want to punch come the non-existent voting day. Make it happen America. And by America, we mean the Hollywood Foreign Press, which is decidedly not America.
"Diary of a Teenage Girl" is currently playing at the Sundance Film Festival.