UPDATE (Jan. 9): Jenna Ortega, a Golden Globe nominee for her performance as Wednesday Addams in the buzzy Netflix horror comedy series Wednesday, will present on the Golden Globes, it was announced today. Other newly announced presenters are Jennifer Hudson, Claire Danes, Cole Hauser, Harvey Guillén, Henry Golding, Hilary Swank, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Jennifer Coolidge, Letitia Wright, Mo Brings Plenty, Regina Hall and Salma Hayek Pinault.
Also participating on the telecast will be Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy, offering a special message of peace which will be introduced by actor Sean Penn.
Ana De Armas, Ana Gasteyer, Colman Domingo, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Natasha Lyonne and Nicole Byer will also present on the show, which is set to air live coast-to-coast on Jan. 10 from 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC and streaming on Peacock.
As previously announced, Jerrod Carmichael will host the ceremony, which will held at the Globes’ usual home, the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Calif. Eddie Murphy will be the recipient of the 2023 Cecil B. DeMille Award. Ryan Murphy will receive the Carol Burnett Award.
Pianist Chloe Flower is set to perform. Flower’s eponymous debut album, released on Sony Music Masterworks, reached the top five on Billboard‘s Classical Crossover Albums chart in March 2022. Flower performed at the Kennedy Center Honors, which aired Dec. 28 on CBS, on behalf of honoree Tania Leon. Flower plans to release a new song, “Golden Hour,” inspired by her Globes appearance.
The Banshees of Inisherin is this year’s most-nominated film, with eight nods, followed by Everything Everywhere All at Once, with six nods. Abbott Elementary is the most-nominated TV show, with five nods.
The 2023 Golden Globes are produced by dick clark productions and Jesse Collins Entertainment in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Jesse Collins and Dionne Harmon, a top executive in Collins’ company, will serve as executive producers.