"That seems like a terrible idea," McCarthy told E! red carpet host Ryan Seacrest on Sunday night at the Golden Globes when asked if she would do a sequel without her full compliment of co-stars. "I wouldn't want to do that. It was just so perfect, we had the time of our lives. I wouldn't want to do it."
While Seacrest never referred to her by name, the co-star he was referencing is Kristen Wiig. It was reported earlier this year that the star and co-writer -- who was nominated for a Golden Globe on Sunday but lost to Michelle Williams -- balked at doing a sequel when approached by Universal. There was some rumored talk about moving forward without Wiig -- perhaps focusing on McCarthy's breakout character instead -- but judging from the cast reactions, those discussions have gone nowhere.