The all-star list of presenters for the 69th Annual Tony Awards is getting longer with the addition of big names like Jennifer Lopez, Nick Jonas and Harry Connick, Jr.
Broadway’s biggest night, set to take place live from Radio City Music Hall, Sunday, June 7 at 8 p.m. ET/delayed PT on CBS, is already pulling out all the stops with great performances and the addition of a few A-list presenters.READ MORE: Even With California's Reopening, Many Business Customers Keeping Masks On
Harry Connick, Jr., Jennifer Grey, Joel Grey, Dulé Hill, Nick Jonas, Kiesza, Judith Light, Jennifer Lopez, Patina Miller, Bernadette Peters and Phylicia Rashad are set to be presenters for the Broadway awards show.READ MORE: California Reopens: Newsom Marks End of COVID Restrictions, Awards $1.5M to 10 Vaccine Recipients
Previously announced presenters include Jason Alexander, Rose Byrne, Anna Chlumsky, Bradley Cooper, Misty Copeland, Bryan Cranston, Larry David, Taye Diggs, Sutton Foster, Neil Patrick Harris, Debra Messing, Jim Parsons, Amanda Seyfried, Sting, Kiefer Sutherland, Ashley Tisdale, Rita Wilson and many more.
As previously announced, the night will feature a special performance by Josh Groban, who will be joined on stage by 175 performers, the most in Tony Awards history. Viewers can also expect to see performances from host Kristin Chenoweth and the cast of “On the Twentieth Century” as well as Vanessa Hudgens and the cast of “Gigi” and many others.
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