LOL! Margaret Cho didn’t hold back at the 2015 Golden Globes. The funnywoman took it upon herself to mock North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un. After posing for a photo with Meryl Streep in the audience, Cho, dressed as the leader, took the stage with hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.

"Cho Jong-un wanted to come up here with us," Fey told the audience, before asking Cho if she’s enjoying the show. “In North Korea, we know how to put on a show," Cho joked in full character. "This is not a show. You no have thousand babies playing guitar at the same time, you no have people holding up cards to make one big picture, you no have Dennis Rodman," she added, in reference to The Interview, the movie whose plot of Jong-un's assassination ignited the North Korean Sony hack.

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"Also I think Orange Is the New Black should be in the drama category. It’s funny, but not ha-ha funny. Also Piper and Alex’s relationship is very toxic," Cho said, referring to Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon’s characters, notoriously on-and-off girlfriends. 

"She should do Bridesmaids 2," she concluded after Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader appeared to present the nominees for Best Screenplay.

As previously reported, Seth Rogen and James Franco’s comedy The Interview — which similarly spoofed the leader — initially provoked the massive cyber attack on Sony, in which thousands of emails were compromised and leaked, revealing private conversations between Sony execs and celebrities, including convos which outed Angelina Jolie as a "minimally talented spoiled brat."

Watch the funny clip above for yourself!