The first round of presenters for the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced and includes Gal Gadot, Kerry Washington (two-time Golden Globe nominee), and Emma Watson just to name a few. Carol Burnett (The Carol Burnett Show), who has five Golden Globes, and Shirley MacLaine, who is a Golden Globe favorite and won the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, are also set to present at the three-hour ceremony.
Additional celebrity presenters include J.K. Simmons (2015 Golden Globe winner), Seth Rogen, Amy Poehler (2014 Golden Globe winner, three-time nominee, and Globes host for four consecutive years), Ricky Martin, Chris Hemsworth, Greta Gerwig (two-time Golden Globe nominee), Halle Berry (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Kelly Clarkson, Darren Criss, Penélope Cruz (three-time Golden Globe nominee), Hugh Grant (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Neil Patrick Harris (four-time Golden Globe nominee), Edgar Ramirez (2010 Golden Globe nominee), Sharon Stone (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Christina Hendricks, Isabelle Huppert (2017 Golden Globe winner), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Golden Globe winner), Alicia Vikander (two-time Golden Globe nominee), and Sarah Jessica Parker (four-time Golden Globe winner and nine-time nominee). Along with the presenters, Oprah Winfrey will be honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
The Golden Globes will be the first live award show that will air since the ongoing controversy that erupted in Hollywood in October with sexual harassment allegations leveled against powerful men in the industry including Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K., Kevin Spacey, and many others.
The Golden Globes will air live Jan. 7 from the Beverly Hilton on NBC. Seth Meyers will host the ceremony.