ET's Keltie Knight spoke with Sarandon on the red carpet, where she had nothing but love for the night's host, Kristen Bell, whom she starred with in Bad Moms Christmas.
"I'm very excited for Kristen," Sarandon said. "She's so funny and so beautiful, and I love everything she stands for."
It's a busy weekend for Sarandon, who attended the Women's March in Los Angeles on Saturday.
"I love that everybody all over the United States -- men and women -- turned out even when the weather was chilly ... everyone seems to be awake and watching," the always outspoken actress said. "When the primaries come up, we gotta make some changes, and also, it's pretty interesting that the government's shut down rather than deal with DACA."
As for what's next for Sarandon, she shared she was working on Ray Donovan in New York starting in April, and stayed mum on whether or not she'll be appearing in Ryan Murphy's second season of Feud, revolving around Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. Sarandon is nominated for a 2018 SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for her performance as Bette Davis in Feud: Bette and Joan.
"I hope I'm in the family," Sarandon said with a smile, referring to Murphy's penchant for working with the same actors. "I don't think we've gotten those scripts yet, so I don't know, really."