Disney Pixar/MTV

Amy Poehler Doesn't Know How She Won Best Virtual Performance At The Movie Awards

And she gave Parks and Rec a shoutout

Amy Poehler took home the Golden Popcorn for Best Virtual Performance at the 2016 Movie Awards for totally slaying as Joy, the lead character (and, subsequently, emotion) in the Oscar-winning, Disney Pixar movie Inside Out.

Poehler beat out nominees like Andy Serkis and Jack Black, and was — dare we say — joyful during her acceptance speech. But she was also slightly confused about how the Movie Awards work.

Kevin Mazur/WireImage for MTV

"Did anyone vote? I don't know," Poehler jested, after receiving the Golden Popcorn from Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. She went on to describe playing Joy as "a joy," because duh.

Finishing out her speech, Poehler said that today (April 9) wasn't just the 25th Movie Awards — it was also the 9th anniversary of Parks & Rec, which prompted costar Chris Pratt to proudly leap out of his chair to acknowledge.

"I'm also pretending I'm winning for that," Poehler joked about the anniversary. As you should, Amy. As you should.

Check out Amy and all of the other Golden Popcorn winners celebrating: