The presenters for this year’s Golden Globes have just been announced, and while we’re maybe a little disappointed the show isn’t going to feature only female presenters like the SAG Awards, there is a whole lot of talent on that one list.
Most of the presenters are Golden Globes winners or nominees themselves, which means they have some serious combined star power. We’ve been champing at the bit to know who exactly will be presenting. And now, courtesy of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, we finally have the official presenters list. Buckle up. This presenters list is next-level exciting.
Here’s who you can expect to see onstage handing out the awards.
Jolie is a three-time Golden Globe winner and six-time nominee. She last won in 2000 for her leading role in Girl, Interrupted.
Aniston has won one Golden Globe out of three nominations. Her win came in 2003 for her decadelong role on Friends.
Berry is a Golden Globe winner and a four-time nominee. Her last nomination was in 2011 for her role in Frankie & Alice.
Burnett has won five Golden Globes out of 21 total nominations, many of them for her variety show The Carol Burnett Show. Her last win was in 1978, and she was last nominated for her 1991 show Carol & Company.
MacLain is a five-time Golden Globe Award winner, as well as the recipient of a Special Achievement Award and the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Clarkson isn’t a Golden Globe winner or nominee. She’s best known for being the winner of the first season of American Idol. She’s gone on to have a successful music career, winning three Grammys.
Criss is also not a Golden Globe winner or nominee. But he’s well-known for his long-standing role on Glee, and he’s already generating buzz for an upcoming part in the next season of American Crime Story.
Cruz has been nominated for three Golden Globe awards, most recently for Best Supporting Actress in Nine.
Gadot has not won or been nominated for any Golden Globes. In fact, many think her acclaimed and record-breaking film Wonder Woman was snubbed at this year’s awards. At least we’ll see her onstage in some capacity.
Gerwig has been nominated twice, including this year for Best Screenplay for her film Lady Bird.
Grant has been nominated four times and has one win under his belt for his 1995 role in Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Neil Patrick Harris
The hilarious Harris has been nominated for four Golden Globes, three of which were for some of his iconic roles in Doogie Howser, M.D. and How I Met Your Mother.
Hemsworth isn’t a Golden Globe winner or nominee, but he’s made plenty of headlines this year for his role in the blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok.
Well-known for her role in Mad Men, Hendricks has netted six Primetime Emmy nominations, but never a Golden Globe win or nod.
Huppert is last year’s Best Actress in a Drama winner for her role in Elle.
Martin has been “Livin’ la Vida Loca” with seven Grammy nominations and two wins throughout his career.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Parker has been nominated for nine total Golden Globe awards, including one this year for her role in HBO’s Divorce.
Poehler netted three Golden Globe nominations and one win for her role as Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation.
Ramírez was nominated for a Golden Globe for his 2011 role in Carlos.
Rogen isn’t a Golden Globe winner or nominee, but he’s the leading man in just about all your favorite bro comedies, including Neighbors and Knocked Up.
Simmons has one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood — he’s one of those actors who seems like he’s been in everything. He won a Golden Globe in 2015 for his supporting role in Whiplash.
Stone has been nominated four times and nabbed a Golden Globes win in 1996 for her leading role in Casino.
Taylor-Johnson got his first Golden Globe nomination and win in 2017 for Nocturnal Animals.
Vikander has been nominated twice for Golden Globes for Ex Machina and The Danish Girl.
Washington has been nominated twice for Golden Globes for her TV roles.
Watson shot to stardom when she landed a role in Harry Potter as a young girl. She’s never been nominated for or won a Golden Globe, but she’s an accomplished actor and may be just as well-known for her humanitarian work.