The race to the Golden Globes 2015 is on and the film and television fraternity is brimming with excitement as the star-studded night is all set to kick-off within a day from now. The who's who of Hollywood will be seen presenting the awards to the winners at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday.
Here is the list of stars who will be gracing the stage:
Jennifer Lopez, Lupita Nyong'o, Jeremy Renner, Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin, Vince Vaughn, Katie Holmes, Paul Rudd, Matthew McConaughey, Seth Meyers, and Kerry Washington, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale, Jamie Dornan, Colin Firth, Jane Fonda, Bill Hader, Katherine Heigl, Dakota Johnson, Adam Levine, Bryan Cranston and Harrison Ford.
Apart from the above-mentioned names, other actors who will be bestowing the honours include Channing Tatum, Catherine Zeta Jones, Amy Adams, Salma Hayek, Kevin Hart, Anna Faris, Robert Downey Jr., Kate Hudson, Chris Pratt, Gwyneth Paltrow , Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Farrel and Owen Wilson.
The dynamic duo Tina Fey and Amy Pohler will be taking the Golden Globes stage for the third year in a row. They are expected to floor the audience with their sharp wit and rich humour and will reportedly touch on the sensitive topic of Bill Cosby. The 77-year-old comedian was recently accused by a bevy of women of sexual assault. The duo is not going to hold back as this is the last time they will be hosting the event.
"Amy and I have always said that the idea [is] that we don't want anyone attending to be scared to be there because of us. It's a party and it's in the grand scheme of the world, it couldn't be less important and I think that's what makes it fun," Fey told Access Hollywood
However, the gal pals are yet to draft the script for the big night.
"We haven't written the show yet so we have to hurry up and get that done. This is for sure our last time. We did a three-year deal. I'm ready, I'm bringing it. Amy and I get along very well in that way. [We're] easygoing and we are supportive," US Weekly quoted Fey.
Golden Globes 2015 will air live from Los Angeles from 8 p.m. ET on NBC.