Who is Performing at the Oscars 2022?: Full List of Presenters and Performers

Oscars producer Will Packer and his team announced on Wednesday the final slate of presenters for the 94th annual Academy Awards. These nine new names are Josh Brolin, Jacob Elordi, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Momoa, Jill Scott, J.K. Simmons, Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Rachel Zegler. That news brings the total to 46 celebrities taking the stage, although there could also be some surprises. The event airs live on Sunday, March 27, for ABC. First-time hosts are Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes.

Four of five Best Original Song contenders are performing on Sunday’s ceremony. Beyonce will sing “Be Alive” from “King Richard.” Billie Eilish and Finneas will perform “No Time to Die” from the James Bond film. Reba McEntire will sing “Somehow You Do” from “Four Good Days.” Sebastian Yatra will perform “Dos Oruguitas” from “Encanto.” No word on how the Van Morrison tune “Down to Joy” from “Belfast” will be handled, if at all.

The Oscars Twitter account last week mentioned tributes to “The Godfather” 50th anniversary and the James Bond 60th anniversary. Plus, there will be a first-ever live performance of the smash hit “We Need to Talk About Bruno” from “Encanto.

One excellent ongoing tradition is having the previous year’s acting winners return to hand out new Oscars. Among the revealed presenters are Sir Anthony Hopkins, Daniel Kaluuya and Yuh-Jung Youn. That means Best Actress reigning champ Frances McDormand is likely not showing up.

Who are the 46 ceremony presenters revealed? Here is our compiled list below, plus a photo gallery you can tour above.

Halle Bailey
Stephanie Beatriz
Josh Brolin
Ruth E. Carter
Sean “Diddy” Combs
Kevin Costner
Jamie Lee Curtis
Jacob Elordi
Lady Gaga
Jennifer Garner
Jake Gyllenhaal
Tiffany Haddish
Woody Harrelson
Tony Hawk
Anthony Hopkins (Actress ???)
Samuel L. Jackson
Lily James
Daniel Kaluuya (Supporting Actress ???)
DJ Khaled
Zoe Kravitz
Mila Kunis
John Leguizamo
Simu Liu
Rami Malek
Shawn Mendes
Jason Momoa
Bill Murray
Lupita Nyong’o
Elliot Page
Rosie Perez
Tyler Perry
Chris Rock
Tracee Ellis Ross
Jill Scott
Naomi Scott
J.K. Simmons
Kelly Slater
Wesley Snipes
Uma Thurman
John Travolta
Yuh-Jung Youn (Supporting Actor ???)
Shaun White
Serena Williams
Venus Williams
Rachel Zegler

Rumors have been circulating that iconic movie duos and casts might be reuniting on stage. Based on these names announced above, will “Pulp Fiction” co-stars Jackson, Travolta and Thurman be joining together that night? And how about a “White Men Can’t Jump” reunion for Harrelson, Perez and Snipes?