While many stars are undecided about how they feel about the Golden Globe Awards during a Hollywood strike, Julia Roberts is excited.
The Oscar winning mother of three - who has been mostly absent from the screen since giving birth to twins three years ago - told Matt Lauer, "Usually the triumph of my day is everybody making it to the potty. So yes, I think it's thrilling."
Julia, who gave birth to son Henry in June, appeared on "Today" to promote her latest film, "Charlie Wilson's War". The film co-stars Tom Hanks and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
Tom is nominated for best actor and Phillip is up for best supporting actor.
Julia said, "Both of them are great. Philip is - he just kind of blows my mind a little bit...Tom is probably the most honest person on screen and off screen that I've ever spent time with acting wise, he's just amazing."
Julia is nominated for best supporting actress and is up against the likes of Cate Blanchette.