Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Cover 'Glamour' In What Might Be Their Most Stylish Shoot Yet — PHOTOS

The power couple of comedy is back, and they're looking more high fashion than ever. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are on the cover of Glamour, but this time there's a twist. Instead of letting their humor shine through, these ladies are looking really, really sultry in all black, while highlighting their decades-long friendship at the same time. Because there really is no better accessory than a little bit of girl-power, am I right?

These funny ladies have appeared on four other covers together, but this is by far the most sleek and sophisticated yet. While Fey and Poehler are both known for their hilarious comedy skills and winning personalities, their Glamour shoot is more a celebration of themselves than anything else. The two dressed in all black for the cover and, with arms around each other, they proved exactly why they're a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood.

Now, about those outfits. Fey kept it simple in a black Roland Mouret jumpsuit with cut-outs and a chunky Chloé bracelet. Poehler looked just as stunning in her all-black Mugler top and pants combo. Both ladies topped their outfits off with bold smokey eye makeup and polished hair. Put that all together and you've got an image of two women who are so ready to take on the world together. Let's take a look:

Fab. The interview is even better, addressing everything from their latest movie Sisters, to their greatest life accomplishments, and 40-something style. Looking at just how versatile their duel covers have been, there's truly no look that these women can't pull off.

The two showed their love for each other on the January 2013 cover of The Hollywood Reporter. They kept it casual and cool in matching blues and big smiles.

The two took their quirky personalities to the cover of Entertainment Weekly this month as well, donning adorable Santa hats.

The duo teamed up with the equally funny Sarah Silverman for a goddess-like cover. The three women were named the Queens of Comedy by Vanity Fair in January of this year.

In 2013, the two shot their first Entertainment Weekly cover in black dresses with red pens in hand.

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Images: Glamour, The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly (2), Vanity Fair,