Katy Perry to present at Golden Globes

KATY Perry, Matt Damon and Will Ferrell will all present awards at the Golden Globes.

The trio are among the final batch of presenters announced for the upcoming ceremony, which will also see Kate Bosworth, Sophia Bush, Chris Evans, Will Ferrell, Tom Ford, Tom Hanks, Jonah Hill, John Krasinski and Andy Samberg take to the stage throughout the night.

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

Meanwhile, host Ricky Gervais recently admitted he plans to get drunk at the ceremony on Sunday (10.01.16).

The comedian is returning to host the show for the fourth time and admitted he won't be entirely sober when he takes over proceedings at the 73rd annual awards show.

Speaking to chat show host Ellen DeGeneres, he said: "If I didn't drink, I wouldn't be brave enough to say some of the things I'm going to say."

When Ellen asked: "So in what hour do you start drinking before the show?" he quipped: "Well, it starts very early, so I probably have a little one. So, you know, I start at a reasonable hour - I'm not a maniac - three or four or something like that."

Ricky, 54, who previously hosted in 2010, 2011 and 2012, admitted he initially turned down the chance to return as presenter but relented when he was told he could say whatever he wanted.

He explained: "I really did say 'no'. I was editing one film I made this year and I was about to film another one, and I just thought, I just haven't got the time, but they said all the right things. They said I could say what I want again." 



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