Tina Fey on Golden Globes: We haven't written the show yet

Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler speak onstage during the 71st Annual Golden Globe Award at The Beverly Hilton on Jan. 12, 2014, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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The red carpet has been rolled out meaning Golden Globes prep is officially underway!

So what shenanigans are in store for us this Sunday? ET caught up with co-host Tina Fey at the Television Critics Association press tour to see what she and her epic bestie Amy Poehler have planned.

"We have no tricks up our sleeves," Fey says. "We haven't written the show yet. We're going to start meeting. What is today? Tuesday? It's Wednesday? We'll start meeting tonight."

Fey says that this will be the duo's third and final time hosting the Golden Globes, but she promises "it's going to be a good party."

"My favorite thing about it is doing it with Amy," Fey says. "My least favorite thing is, people don't know this, you have to sit on the lap of every Hollywood Foreign Press member and get your picture taken."

While this may be a last for Fey and Poehler, it will be a first for Viola Davis. In the past, the actress had been nominated for "The Help" and "Doubt," but this year's nomination for "How to Get Away with Murder" will be her first for TV.

"It's all the same," Davis tells ET's Nischelle Turner about being nominated for TV versus film. "It's very nerve wracking."

Davis is a favorite to win best actress in a TV series, drama, and with that comes nerves.

"The people feel like you have to win, and then when you don't win, you feel like the biggest loser!" Davis explains. "And yet you don't really care. It's very confusing, but I have to say that no matter what, after your category is announced, all your nerves go away. You're ready to eat. You're ready to drink. You're ready to have fun."

ET had a little fun with Davis, when we played back her very first ET interview from 1999. At the time, Davis was working on the TV drama "City of Angels."

Watch this video to see what Davis had to say about diversity in television in 1999.

The Golden Globe Awards air live on NBC this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.