The Golden Globes, often referred to as the biggest Hollywood party of the year, will have a slew of major celebrities as presenters.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which votes on the Golden Globes, has announced its first batch of presenters for the upcoming award show. Here is the first batch:

Drew Barrymore
Steve Carell
Priyanka Chopra
Matt Damon
Viola Davis
Laura Dern
Goldie Hawn
Anna Kendrick
Nicole Kidman
Brie Larson
Diego Luna
Sienna Miller
Mandy Moore
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Timothy Olyphant
Chris Pine
Eddie Redmayne
Zoe Saldana
Amy Schumer
Sylvester Stallone
Justin Theroux
Milo Ventimiglia
Sofia Vergara
Reese Witherspoon

Damon, Larson and Stallone all won Golden Globes last year, for The Martian, Room and Creed, respectively. Meanwhile, Davis, Kidman, Moore are all nominees this year, for Fences, Lion and NBC's This Is Us, respectively.

La La Land leads this year's Golden Globe nominations with seven. In addition to its nomination for Best Picture, stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are nominated, as well as Best Director and Best Screenplay for Damien Chazelle, Justin Hurwitz for Best Original Score and the song "City of Stars" for Best Original Song.

Meanwhile, FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story leads this year's TV nominees with five. It is nominated for Best Limited Series or TV Movie, Best Actor for Courtney B. Vance, Best Actress for Sarah Paulson and Best Supporting Actor for Sterling K. Brown and John Travolta.

This year's Golden Globes host is Jimmy Fallon, a decidedly tamer choice than Ricky Gervais, who hosted the latest ceremony as well as three times prior. Fallon does has previous awards hosting experience, though, having hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2010.

The 2017 Golden Globe Awards will air live from coast to coast on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on NBC.