The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards add three more presenters, Blake Lively, Laurence Fishburne, and Aaron Eckhart to hand out a statuette.
The list of presenters at The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards is swelling with the addition of three new stars. Blake Lively, Laurence Fishburne and Aaron Eckhart are set to present an award at the event held January 11 at the Beverly Hilton.
The trio will join previously-announced presenters that include Jake Gyllenhaal, Salma Hayek, Glenn Close, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ricky Gervais and Amy Poehler among others. Filmmaker Steven Spielberg will receive the coveted Cecil B. DeMille Award, the honor that he was supposed to take last year prior to the cancellation due to writer's strike.
NBC will telecast the event live at 8 P.M. EST. Meanwhile the nominees can be viewed here.
Blake Lively stars in the popular The CW drama "Gossip Girl" as Serena van der Woodsen. Laurence Fishburne recently made a transition to the small screen, staring as Dr. Raymond Langston in "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". Aaron Eckhart, in the mean time, played Harvey "Two Face" Dent in "The Dark Knight" which receives an award for its Joker depicter, Heath Ledger.