Contact: Michael Russell
(310) 939-9024 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOLLYWOOD, CA – The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced
that the 2010 Miss Golden Globe will be introduced at The Second Annual Golden Globes Party Saluting Young Hollywood, which will take place at Nobu on Tuesday evening, December 8.
Over 200 of Hollywood’s brightest young stars attended last year’s inaugural event. “This year’s party will be even more exciting,” said Philip Berk, HFPA President, “because the 2010 Miss Golden Globe will be revealed for the first time.”
Among the celebrities from movies and television who attended last year’s party were 2009 Miss Golden Globe Rumer Willis and “Twilight” cast members Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Christian Serratos. Other attendees included Evan Rachel Wood (“The Wrestler”), Kevin Connolly (“Entourage”), Brittany Snow (“Hairspray”), Cote de Pablo (“NCIS”),
Hill Harper (“CSI: New York”), Jordana Brewster (“Fast & Furious”), Kelly Osbourne, Kerry Washington (“Lakeview Terrace”), Kristen Bell (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall”), Michael Vartan,
Rex Lee (“Entourage”) and Taraji Henson (“Curious Case of Benjamin Button”).
InStyle is co-producing the party as part of the magazine’s continuing marketing partnership with the HFPA.
Traditionally, Miss Golden Globe, who assists in the Golden Globes ceremony, is the daughter of a well-known celebrity. Previous Miss Golden Globe honorees include Rumer Willis (daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis), Laura Dern (daughter of Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern), Joely Fisher (daughter of Connie Stevens and Eddie Fisher), and Melanie Griffith (daughter of Tippi Hedren).
Nominations for “The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards” will be announced at 5:00 am PST on Tuesday, December 15. “The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards,” hosted by Ricky Gervais, will be broadcast live coast to coast Sunday, January 17 on NBC (5 to 8 pm PT, 8 to 11 pm ET) from The Beverly Hilton. “The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards” will be seen in more than 160 countries worldwide and is one of the few awards ceremonies that span both television and motion picture achievements. The special will be produced by dick clark productions in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Philip Berk is President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Orly Adelson, president of dick clark productions, and Barry Adelman will executive produce the special. Chris Donovan is the director and dick clark productions’ Bob Bardo is the executive in charge of production.
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|30th November 2009,|