Presenters Announced for 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Jeff Pfeiffer
NBC

On Thursday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced the first round of presenters for the upcoming 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in January. 

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Presenting at the 2018 Golden Globes will be the following people, many of whom are previous Golden Globe Award winners and/or nominees. (List was updated with new presenters 1/5/2018):

Jennifer Aniston (Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee)
Roseanne Barr (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)
Halle Berry (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee)
Carol Burnett (Five-time Golden Globe winner and 17-time award nominee)
Mariah Carey (Golden Globe nominee)
Jessica Chastain (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)
Emilia Clarke
Kelly Clarkson
Common
(Golden Globe winner)
Darren Criss
Penélope Cruz (Three-time Golden Globe nominee)
Geena Davis (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee) and Susan Sarandon (nine-time nominee) -- the Thelma & Louise stars will reunite on stage
Viola Davis (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)
Zac Efron
Gal Gadot
Greta Gerwig (Two-time Golden Globe nominee)
John Goodman (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)
Hugh Grant (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee)
Kit Harington
Neil Patrick Harris (Four-time Golden Globe nominee)
Salma Hayek (Golden Globe nominee)
Garrett Hedlund
Chris Hemsworth
Christina Hendricks
Ron Howard
(Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)
Kate Hudson (Golden Globe winner)
Isabelle Huppert (Golden Globe winner)
Allison Janney (six-time Golden Globe nominee)
Dakota Johnson
Dwayne Johnson
Angelina Jolie
(three-time Golden Globe winner and six-time nominee)
Michael Keaton (Golden Globe winner and two-time nominee)
Shirley MacLaine (Five-time Golden Globe winner and 19-time nominee, as well as a recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Special Achievement Award)
Ricky Martin
Helen Mirren
(three-time Golden Globe winner and 15-time nominee)
Sarah Jessica Parker (Four-time Golden Globe winner and nine-time nominee)
Robert Pattinson
Sarah Paulson
(Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee)
Amy Poehler (Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee)
Natalie Portman (two-time Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee)
Edgar 
Ramírez (Golden Globe Award nominee)
Seth Rogen
Andy Samberg
(Golden Globe winner)
J.K. Simmons (Golden Globe winner)
Octavia Spencer (Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee)
Sebastian Stan
Emma Stone
(Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee)
Sharon Stone (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee)
Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Golden Globe winner)
Keith Urban (Golden Globe nominee)
Alicia Vikander (Two-time Golden Globe nominee)
Kerry Washington (Two-time Golden Globe nominee)
Emma Watson
Reese Witherspoon 
(Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee)

Seth Meyers will host the ceremony, which will feature Oprah Winfrey receiving the 2018 Cecil B. DeMille Award.

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Watch the clip where Morgan Freeman makes the announcement about Oprah's award!

75th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, live coast-to-coast, 8/7c (5pm PT), NBC

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