Translation - he's not going to bother with Donald Trump this year, because who actually needs to?
Meyers made the comments during an interview with THR, but added the caveat that he's "reserving the right to change my mind."
"But especially this year with everything that’s happened in Hollywood, it seems far more important to have the focus there as opposed to anything that’s happening in Washington."
Fair point, especially considering this year's attendees are planning to wear black in protest over the sex scandals currently making their way through Hollywood. Meyers has tricky waters to navigate, but he's got some help from a source close to home - his wife, former assistant DA Alexi Ashe, who prosecuted misdemeanour sexual assault cases for almost two years.
"I don't know if I would've wanted to do this without her counsel in talking about it, and she's a smart enough woman to know that I probably shouldn't have done it without her help," said Meyers.
As for Trump, Meyers said that if Trump "tweets that he's disappointed we didn't bring him up, I'd be thrilled. That would fly in the face of what currently he believes is the problem, which is that we won't stop talking about him."
The show takes place tomorrow morning and we'll have a full round-up of the winners, losers and red carpet photos as well.