Katy Perry to present at Golden Globes

Jan 09, 2016, 23:43

That, though, is still very strong for the Golden Globes, which has worked to shed an image of eccentric selections made by a group of little-known global journalists.

All of Hollywood, from both film and television, will once again descend on Sunday for the slightly more fun and loose of the major award-season celebrations, the Golden Globes.

The show doesn't start until 8 p.m. ET, but NBC is set to start airing red-carpet interviews at 7 as stars arrive outside the Beverly Hilton. The Globes aren't only a celebration of the best in TV and film, a lead-up of sorts to the Oscars, and a final hurrah before facing the Academy, but it also acts as an arena for those best actresses and actors in TV and film to throw their carefully crafted media training to the wind.

Sadly for many, the Amy & Tina Show is on hiatus this year.

Gervais slammed a pre-meltdown Charlie Sheen, characterized Gibson as an anti-Semite, introduced Bruce Willis as "Ashton Kutcher's dad" and brought Robert Downey Jr. to the stage as an actor probably known best "from such facilities as the Betty Ford Clinic and Los Angeles County jail".

Previously announced presenters include Amy Adams, Eddie Redmayne, Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx and Amy Schumer.

Award shows can be boring.

But don't count out George Miller's full-throttled "Mad Max: Fury Road" or Alejandro González Iñárritu's visceral frontier epic "The Revenant", whose grueling wintertime shoot has impressed some critics.

Soon to be celebrating with her is her father, Doctor Reginald Wilson, who we caught up with right before he hopped on a flight from Little Rock to Hollywood.

"The only thing that could stop two-time Globe victor Leonardo DiCaprio is a growing annoyance at the 'see how much he suffered!' campaign, which could help the eminently likeable Cranston", The Wrap wrote.

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