With just days to go until the 73rd Golden Globes ceremony, attention has turned to the guest presenters who will hand out the awards on the night. The line-up of names announced 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 Hotel.
Mel Gibson has also been confirmed as a guest presenter much to the delight of host Ricky Gervais, who made jokes about the Braveheart actor each of the three previous times he hosted the awards ceremony.
Olivia Wilde and Mel Gibson have been announced as Golden Globes hosts
Joining the line-up is House star Olivia Wilde, Patricia Arquette and 2015's Best Supporting Actor winner J.K. Simmons. Amber Heard and Channing Tatum will also take to the stage to present awards on the night, which marks the official start of awards season.
Jamie Foxx has also been confirmed for presenting duties, a role that is sure to be extra special as his daughter Corinne Foxx will be acting as Miss Golden Globe and will assist in handing out awards during the ceremony.
More presenters will be announced on Tuesday
"I was so excited," Jamie told People when his daughter's role was announced. "I had all of this energy and I'm not lying, for an hour straight, just jumped around my house and was bouncing off the walls, and was Googling all of this stuff about Miss Golden Globes so I was really excited."
Sunday is set to be a monumental night for Eddie Redmayne, as not only will he be presenting an award, but he will also be hoping to win the Best Actor award for the second year in a row. The actor will be challenging Leonardo DiCaprio for the gong, which is said to be an indicator of who will win at the Oscars in February.
The Golden Globes will take place on Sunday 10 January. HELLO! Online will be providing live coverage throughout the night.
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