Get ready to laugh, because the "Saturday Night Live" season premiere is tonight -- with host Amy Poehler and musical guest (and Sesame Street evictee) Katy Perry!
Before the big show, take a look back at some of the best "SNL" impressions, including Tina Fey as Sarah Palin and Maya Rudolph as Donatella Versace.
Emmy-nominated actress Amy Poehler and her husband Will Arnett officially have a family of four!
The "Parks and Recreation" star had a baby boy, Abel James Arnett, this morning. He weighed in at seven pounds, 13 ounces. According to ABC News their publicist Lewis Kay said the family is "healthy and resting comfortably."
The couple welcomed their first son, Archie, in 2008.
Betty White is adding "Saturday Night Live" host to her lengthy resume. NBC has confirmed the veteran funny lady will host the sketch show May 8 for a Mother's Day special, People.com reports.
After her hilarious Super Bowl ad for Snickers, fans launched a Facebook campaign to get White the hosting gig. At first, White herself didn't understand how or why the whole thing got started.
"I don't even know where that came from," the 88-year-old "Golden Girl" told People in February. "That just came out of left field. It's ridiculous. I don't think Lorne Michaels even knows about it, so we won't worry about it."
After recently jumping the "Brothers and Sisters" ship, Rob Lowe is close to landing on NBC's "Parks and Recreation."
EW's Michael Ausiello reports Lowe, who leaves "Brothers" at the season's end, is in talks to guest star in multiple episodes of the Amy Poehler hit.
The 67th Annual Golden Globes weren't all glitz and glamour Sunday night -- celebrities took the opportunity to remind the public that relief is still desperately needed in Haiti following the devastating earthquake.
Meryl Streep, who nabbed a Globe for her role in "Julie & Julia," told her peers to remember how fortunate they are -- and to share.
"I come to Golden Globes weekend and I am conflicted how to have my happy movie self in the face of everything I'm aware of in the real world, and that's when I have my mother's voice coming to me," Streep says during her acceptance speech. "Partners in Health, shoot some money to Partners In Health, and be damn grateful you have the dollars to help."
She adds, "And I am grateful. I'm really grateful."
Many of Hollywood's finest were spotted wearing ribbons in support of the earthquake victims.
"A lot of people are wearing ribbons tonight in support of the people of Haiti, and you can go to NBC.com to make your personal contribution," Nicole Kidman tells the audience at the show.
Olivia Wilde, who was involved with Haitian charity before the quake, will join Streep, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler, and Amy Poehler in donating their outfits worn at the ceremony to Artists for Peace and Justice, a relief organization that will auction off the clothing and give 100% of the proceeds to the Haitian people.
"It's my way of turning all this fashion madness into something positive," Wilde says.
George Clooney, who is hosting a "Hope for Haiti" telethon on January 22, used the awards show to line up talent for the benefit. "This is the perfect place for me to go and recruit some people," the actor tells AP.
So far, Clooney's benefit will include performances by Bono, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys.
"Hope for Haiti" airs worldwide January 22 on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN, BET, the CW, HBO, MTV, VH1 and CMT. The proceeds will go to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti Foundation, UNICEF, Oxfam America, Partners In Health and the Red Cross.
Check out photos from the rainy red carpet below:
What do you get when you mix Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake and Amy Poehler?! According to Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey -- the Dream Team.
"I would love McCartney," Baldwin tells "Extra" of having the former Beatle appear on the Emmy-winning show. "Lorne (Michaels) is friends with McCartney." Alec adds that he's hoping former "SNL" member Amy Poehler will consider a guest appearance. "I'd still love to get Amy Poehler on the show. I don't know how she's gotten out of my clutches this far." Fey also told "Extra" that she'd also love to see JT and Meryl Streep on the show.
Tina nabbed an Emmy for her lampooning of former Governor Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live," while Alec cleared up political rumors that he was considering a run against Joe Lieberman for his Senate seat! "What I said is if I were free, doing that or something like that would be interesting, but I'm not going to relocate to Connecticut just to run for a Senate seat -- I live in New York. New York is my home.
"30 Rock" took home two Primetime Emmys last night -- Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series for Baldwin, and Outstanding Comedy Series.
"Extra" has the reactions from the talented nominees for 2009 Primetime Emmys. Check out what the actors and actresses had to say about their nods!
"30 Rock" leads the pack with 22 nominations, and star Jane Krakowski is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The funny star says, "The writers have created an amazing character in Jenna which I just love to play. I'm so honored to be part of this ensemble, this is my first Emmy nomination, I'm so excited! I am blown away by the number of nominations the show has received and thrilled for everyone."
Fellow "30 Rock" star and first-time nominee Tracy Morgan says, "It is an honor to be recognized by my peers and be a part of '30 Rock's' 22 nominations. I want to thank everyone from Tina to Lorne to everyone in craft services."
Jack McBrayer plays the lovable page Kenneth Parcell on the NBC comedy. He states, "I am thrilled to be riding some very nice coattails right now. We are all floored that the show is getting so much recognition. I blame Tina Fey."
Alec Baldwin and his knee-slapping one-liners earned him the Outstanding Lead Actor nod for his role as Jack Donaghy on "30 Rock." He says, "I'm thrilled for everyone connected to the show, but I'm especially excited for Jane, Jack and Tracy. It's great working with the entire group and I'm grateful for the recognition of our work."
Christina Applegate was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the now cancelled ABC show. Applegate says, "This year's nomination means more to me than ever before. I'm incredibly happy and honored. Certainly it's bittersweet -- we no longer get to do the show that we love so much, but that doesn't take away from the excitement and honor of this nomination. This is a wonderful recognition of what we created together every week."
Silly "The Office" star Rainn Wilson is proud to be nominated and jokingly say, "I am supremely honored to be nominated for an Emmy for the third time. They say good things come in threes, like comets, omens and Jonas Brothers. God bless these United States of America."
"My Life on the D-List's" Kathy Griffin has won two Primetime Emmys and is thrilled to be recognized again, with two nominations! The comedienne says, "I know this industry isn't supposed to be about awards, but screw you and the horse you rode in on... Seriously, I am truly honored that the Academy has recognized my special and 'My life on the D-list,' specifically the episode where I was privileged enough to visit and perform at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Shout out to my one-legged GIs."
Amy Poehler left "Saturday Night Live" on maternity leave before the end of the season, but her work was not forgotten. Poehler was nominated for her various characters on the late-night show. She says, "I am super pumped for some high octane heart thumping hardcore Emmy action!"
Neil Patrick Harris will play two roles on Emmy night -- nominee and host. NHP is beyond excited for the big night. He states, "I love being in the mix again this year, but am absolutely over the moon about 'HIMYM's' Best Comedy Series nomination. The only multi-camera show in the mix! This kind of recognition is huge for us. Just huge. It should be quite the night. Being asked to host the show -- terrific. Getting a third nomination -- fantastic. Having the ability to scribble my name in the envelope backstage when no one is looking -- priceless."
Mariska Hargitay, up for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series for "Law and Order: SVU" says, "I'm hugely grateful to be nominated, and ridiculously honored to stand in the company of these incredible artists."
"Weeds" actress Mary-Louise Parker is ecstatic about the Showtime series' 5 nominations, saying, "I feel proud to be a part of this show and to work with an incredible group of creative minds who take chances and are being acknowledged for this today."
Click here for the full list of nominees.