The [article id="1655786"]68th annual Golden Globes[/article] just got a whole lot more teen-girl-friendly.
Pop megastar Justin Bieber and screen idol Zac Efron have been announced as presenters at the trophy-fest, which goes down this Sunday. Actress Olivia Wilde will also hand out hardware at the festivities.
The newly announced trio join famous faces like "Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield, "The Office" comic Steve Carell, flame-haired actress Julianne Moore, previous Globe winner Michelle Pfeiffer and "Mad Men" siren January Jones, who will also present awards at the big show. Robert Downey Jr., Sandra Bullock, Robert Pattison, Jennifer Lopez, Helen Mirren and Kevin Spacey will also be on hand to beef up the star power of the presenters list. "True Grit" star Matt Damon has been confirmed to present screen veteran Robert De Niro with the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime-achievement award.
Among the [article id="1654197"]flicks in the running for a Globes statuette[/article] this year is the drama "The King's Speech," which is up for seven nods, including Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director and Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for Colin Firth's portrayal of Britain's King George VI just after he assumed the throne. "The Kids Are All Right," "The Fighter," "Black Swan" and "The Social Network" also racked up Globes love.
Fox's song-and-dance smash "Glee" leads the television pack with five nominations, including Best Television Series - Comedy Or Musical and actor nods for Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch. Perennial TV winners "30 Rock" and "Mad Men" are also up for trophies.
Viewers can see who takes home the Globes when the event — hosted by "The Office" creator and U.K. comedian Ricky Gervais — is broadcast live Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.
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