While the excitement for the Golden Globes builds, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga are preparing themselves to present the glamorous evening. The two performers, who have been confirmed as guest presenters at Sunday's event, join a whole host of celebrity names in awarding this year's winners.
Jennifer Lopez has been announced as a guest presenter at the Golden Globes
Latina singer Jennifer Lopez, who has previously been a Golden Globes nominee, joins Lady Gaga in presenting this year's awards. The Bad Romance singer has a big night ahead of her as she is also in the running to grab the Golden Globe award for Best Peformance by an actress in a limited series or a motion picture made for television.
Amongst the A-list presenters is five-time award nominee Morgan Freeman, nominee Eva Longoria, British actor Jason Statham and two-time Golden Globes nominee Mark Wahlberg.
Lady Gaga received her first Golden Globes nomination
The evening is due to be a star-studded event as always, with celebrities such as Dwayne Johnson presenting an award to some of Hollywood's biggest stars in film and television.
The newly announced presenters join fellow celebrities, including Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, Patricia Arquette and J.K. Simmons. The line-up continues with names such as Mel Gibson, Olivia Wilde, Amy Adams, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, Jim Carrey, Helen Mirren, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jaimie Alexander, with more names yet to be announced.
Dwayne Johnson will also present an award at the ceremony
With so many exciting nominees and Ricky Gervais hosting for the fourth time, you can get the lowdown on what you can expect on the night with our need-to-know Golden Globes guide.
The Golden Globes will take place on Sunday 10 January. HELLO! Online will be providing live coverage throughout the night. Follow @hellomag on Twitter for the latest news.