Everyone's favorite late night Television host, Jimmy Fallon, is set to host everyone's favorite awards ceremony, The Golden Globes.

NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt made the announcement today at the Television Critics Association's press tour in Beverly Hills.

Greenblatt said,“We’ve found the best possible host to make the evening really memorable and that’s Jimmy Fallon." He added,“I know he will bring his unique energy and wit to the show.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is thrilled and we’re thrilled as well that he wanted to do it this year.”

Fallon has previously hosted the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards and he did not disappoint. He did a hilarious opening number spoofing the musical drama series, Glee.

The award show's ratings have been slipping over the past few years. The controversial Ricky Gervais hosted the 2016 Golden Globes, bringing in 18.5 million viewers, down about four percent from the previous year.

From 2013-2015, funny girls Tina Fey and Amy Poehler lead the ceremony and brought in pretty good ratings.

Hopefully, Fallon will bring back the ratings and keep it semi-clean. Remember Ricky's offensive jokes last year? Some of them were painful to watch!

“All-female remakes are thebig thing. There’s a female remake ofGhostbusters. There’s going to be a female remake ofOcean’s 11. And this is brilliant for the studios because they get guaranteed box office results and they don’t have to spend too much money on the cast.”

“The excellentSpotlighthas been nominated.

Yeah. The Catholic Church are furious about the film as it it exposes that 5 percent of all their priests have repeatedly molested children and been allowed to continue to work without punishment. Roman Polanski called it ‘the best date movie ever.’”

Are you excited to see Fallon host?

If not, who would you have liked to see take the reins? The show is set to air sometime in January 2017 on NBC. We also can't wait to see which shows are nominated this year.

So much competition!

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