Well that was apparently Joel McHale'sthinking when he opened the 2017People's Choice Awardsand tried to figure out how to be more likable with his Great Indoors costars, and they all agreed on babies!
The tiny tots definitely seemed down as the former Soup host took the stage with a giant stroller filled with little ones he claims he won in the Brangelina divorce! Ha!
Also, is anyone else loving his idea to rename the PCAs The Ellen DeGeneres Awards?! Because we'd totally watch it!!
Ch-ch-check out his entire opening bit (above)!
And we've got even more People's Choice Awards coverage for you to catch up on (below)!
Don't forget to check out ALL the red carpet looks right HERE!
On Wednesday, DeGeneres shared a "behind-the-scenes trailer" for Ryan's movie which Ellen revealed just before showing the clip that Emma Stone wasn't the producers' first choice — it was actually the beloved daytime host!
However, the true breakout moment from the visit came when Ellen got Miz Washington to play Speak Out. In case you don't know, Speak Out is the game where you are forced to say phrases while wearing a crazzzzy mouthpiece. And boy, it is ALWAYS entertaining!
And kind of gross.
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlights from the A-lister's visit for yourself (below). [WARNING: you WILL see some drool!]
Octavia was extremely perky at the award show, and it was all because she wore a pantsuit — and no underwear! Miz Spencer was so relaxed she even told Casey Affleck about going commando when she bumped into him!
Ch-ch-check out Octavia's HIGHlarious interview as the 46-year-old talks Hidden Figures, the Globes, dating, and more!
Yesterday,TMZ published a chilling clip capturing an animal trainer shoving a visibly frightened German Shepherd named Hercules into a pool full of water that was being churned by EIGHT motors on the set of A Dog's Purpose.
In a swift response from PETA, the animal rights' organization is calling for a boycott of the movie "in order to send the message that dogs and other animals should be treated humanely, not as movie props."