On Sunday, Jan. 12, Andy Samberg got a very nice addition to his life when he took home the Golden Globe for Best TV Actor (Comedy) for his role in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. And now, the star is looking to add something huge to his life—a baby!
In Touch caught up with the Golden Globe winner on Jan. 13 at the FOX Party at the Television Critics Association in Pasadena, Calif., where he celebrated his Golden Globe victory and dished about expanding his family.
“I’m like baby crazy,” Andy said. “That’s what everyone always says about me. And it’s true. I’d love to have kids. Hopefully!”
After five years of dating, the former SNL funny guy popped the question to singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom in February 2013. On Sept. 21, the pair tied the knot in a ceremony in Big Sur, Calif.
And you know how it goes; first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Andy with a baby carriage! And just how many babies does he want!?
“I’d say at least 20,” Andy joked. “Call me old fashioned.”
Plus, he’s already totally prepared for the whole parenting thing! When In Touch asked the 35-year-old where he’s going to display his Golden Globe, he displayed the tell-tale sign of a parenting—being extremely cautious of germs!
“I need to wipe it down with Purell or something,” Andy told In Touch. “It’s definitely disgusting after carrying it around all night. A lot of people that I have never met before were rubbing on it.”
Andy’s Golden Globe made the rounds and he and Joanna celebrated his win—which he called “very surprising and overwhelming.”
“I drank a lot,” he said of his celebration. “With my wife and some friends. We went to a party and saw a lot of old SNL friends. It was great!”
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star revealed his parents and his Lonely Island partners—Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer—were among the first people he texted about his victory. As it turns out, there were a lot more people who wanted to celebrate his win!
“My phone actually did 20 minutes after the show ended,” he said. “I think I got like 250 texts and emails and I had to read them all in the morning.”