The awards season has officially begun with the unveiling on Monday of the menu Hollywood stars will be served at the 73rd Golden Globes ceremony. Fans can only speculate about who will take home the trophies and the glamorous designers that actresses will don for the red carpet, but at least we know what decadent fare will be feasted on by the movie star diners.
Los Angeles chef Troy N. Thompson has revealed that Hollywood's elite will be served a three-course meal featuring beef and trout, accompanied by a salad of vegetables and Asian flavours, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday 10 January.
For those with a sweet tooth, pastry Chef Thomas Henzi is creating a "trio of desserts", keeping the menu on-trend with flourless cake.
"We have a chocolate caramelito, which is a chocolate mousse on a flourless cake with rum Marnier," he said.
"And then, I have a lemon mousseline with a pistachio center that's formed into a round, gold ball. And then to give it some sustenance, we have a California almond cake."
And let's not forget the alcohol – this year celebrities will let their hair down with the signature cocktail called the Moet Ruby Red, which combines Moet & Chandon Champagne, raspberry, tarragon and lemon.
As well as the menu, the guest presenters who will hand out the awards on the night have also been named. The line-up so far includes both Golden Globes nominees and previous winners, with Eddie Redmayne, Amy Adams and Julianne Moore all set for presenting duties at the Beverly Hilton.
Mel Gibson has also been confirmed as a guest presenter, as has House star Olivia Wilde, Patricia Arquette and 2015's Best Supporting Actor winner J.K. Simmons. Amber Heard, Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx – whose daughter Corinne Foxx will be acting as Miss Golden Globe – will also take to the stage to present awards on the night, which marks the official start of the awards season of 2016.