Golden Globes: Hugh Grant, Ricky Martin, Isabelle Huppert Among First Group of Presenters

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J.K. Simmons joins Gal Gadot, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen and others as stars set to hand out awards at the 75th annual ceremony.

The first round of presenters for the 75th Golden Globe Awards have been announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

J.K. Simmons (2015 Golden Globe winner for Whiplash), Hugh Grant (1995 Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Isabelle Huppert (2017 Golden Globe winner for Elle) and Ricky Martin are among the names in the first group of stars set to hand out awards, The Hollywood Reporter can reveal exclusively.

Other announced presenters include Penelope Cruz (three-time Golden Globe nominee), Seth Rogen, Kerry Washington (two-time Golden Globe nominee), Gal Gadot, Kelly Clarkson, Amy Poehler (2014 Golden Globe winner, three-time nominee, Globes host for four consecutive years), Sarah Jessica Parker (four-time Golden Globe winner and nine-time nominee), Edgar Ramirez (2010 Golden Globe nominee), Halle Berry (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Carol Burnett (five-time Golden Globe winner and seventeen-time nominee), Darren Criss, Greta Gerwig (two-time Golden Globe nominee), Neil Patrick Harris (four-time Golden Globe nominee), Chris Hemsworth, Christina Hendricks, Shirley MacLaine (five-time Golden Globe winner, nineteen-time award nominee, Cecil B. de Mille Award recipient, Special Achievement Award recipient), Sharon Stone (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Golden Globe winner), Alicia Vikander (two-time Golden Globe nominee), Emma Watson, Dwayne Johnson, Salma Hayek (2003 Golden Globe nominee), Michael Keaton (2015 Golden Globe winner, two-time nominee), Octavia Spencer (2012 Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee), Helen Miren (three-time Golden Globe winner and 15-time nominee), Angelina Jolie (Three-time Golden Globe winner and six-time nominee), Jennifer Anniston, Emma Stone (2017 Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke, Mariah Carey (Golden Globe nominee), Jessica Chastain (Golden Globe winner and five-time award nominee), Common (Golden Globe winner), Viola Davis (Golden Globe winner and five-time award nominee), Zac Efron, John Goodman (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee), Garrett Hedlund, Ron Howard (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee), Kate Hudson (Golden Globe winner), Allison Janney (six-time Golden Globe nominee), Dakota Johnson, Robert Pattinson, Sarah Paulson (Golden Globe winner and three-time nominee), Natalie Portman (two-time Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee), Andy Samberg (Golden Globe winner), Sebastian Stan, Keith Urban (Golden Globe nominee), Reese Witherspoon (Golden Globe winner and five-time nominee) and Thelma & Louise stars Geena Davis (Golden Globe winner and four-time nominee) and Susan Sarandon (nine-time Golden Globe nominee). 

The latest updates on the anticipated ceremony can be found on @goldenglobes.

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air live from the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC. Seth Meyers will host the ceremony.