Regina Hall, the well-known American actress, poses in the press room, On Tuesday, January 10, 2023, for the 80th Golden Globe Awards ceremony at California’s Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
The 80th Golden Globe Awards will also have presenters Claire Danes, Salma Hayek Pinault, Jennifer Hudson, Letitia Wright, and Glen Powell, according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
It has been revealed that a new lineup of big-name performers will appear on Tuesday’s broadcast. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced today that the following actors are scheduled to appear:
- Jennifer Coolidge,
- Henry Golding
- Claire Danes,
- Harvey Guillén,
- Jennifer Hudson,
- Regina Hall,
- Jay Ellis,
- Salma Hayek Pinault,
- Cole Hauser,
- Jenna Ortega,
- Glen Powell,
- Mo Brings Plenty,
- Letitia Wright,
- Hilary Swank.
They join presenters like director Quentin Tarantino, nominees for
- Blonde Ana de Armas,
- Jamie Lee Curtis for Everything Everywhere All at Once,
- Billy Porter, Ana Gasteyer,
- Colman Domingo,
- Globes winner Michaela Jaé Rodriguez of Pose,
- Natasha Lyonne, Niecy Nash-Betts, Nicole Byer, and Tracy Morgan were previously announced.
god I love Regina Hall pic.twitter.com/dAh2Z3AKjL— Cat Cardenas (@catrcardenas) January 11, 2023
Chloe Flower, a celebrated pianist, songwriter, and producer who recently performed at the Kennedy Center Honors, will play. According to the HFPA, “Golden Hour,” a brand-new song by the Sony Music performer, was “influenced by her future presence.”
The Globes, organized by Jesse Collins Entertainment, Dick Clark Prods., and the HFPA, will be hosted by Emmy-winning comedian Jerrod Carmichael. According to previous announcements, Ryan Murphy and Eddie Murphy will receive significant accolades (Cecil B. DeMille Award) (and Carol Burnett Award). Peacock will also webcast the broadcast on January 10.
The fans of comedian-actress Regina Hall wanted her as the host of the Golden Globe Awards 2023.
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Kevin Costner’s absence from the ‘Yellowstone’ win had Regina Hall in giggles
At the 2023 Golden Globes, Yellowstone actor Kevin Costner triumphed, but host Regina Hall couldn’t stop joking over his absence.
The award for best actor in a TV drama series went to Costner, a two-time prior Globe winner, for his portrayal of patriarch John Dutton in the Paramount Network series. She appeared to have a problem accepting Regina Hall’s explanation that Costner couldn’t attend because of recent storms in Southern California.
She chuckled as she read that Costner “so much” wanted to attend the ceremony from the teleprompter: “I always enjoy the way they write this. “He so much…” No, I’m certain he didn’t. He had to “shelter in situ in Santa Barbara,” she said. “Jesus. No, this is a tragic story right now” (laughs).