American Music Awards 2012 - presenters list: Includes Heidi Klum and 50 Cent
The list of presents of The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards includes celebrities like 50 Cent, Kerry Washington, Ryan Seacrest, will.i.am, Stacy Keibler, Lady Antebellum, Ginnifer Goodwin and more.
The event takes place at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday, November 18 at 8 p.m. ET and will air on ABC. OTRC.com is covering the AMAs and will bring you details and photos of the hottest red carpet fashion trends, key moments from the ceremony and of course, a full list of winners.
Check out a list of AMA presenters announced so far:
1. 50 Cent - A rapper best known for hits like "In Da Club," "Candy Shop," and "21 Questions." He has also ventured into acting and is an entrepreneur and investor.
2. Ashley Benson - The 22-year-old actress stars in "Pretty Little Liars" as Hanna Marin and is set to appear opposite Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez and James Franco in the film "Spring Breakers." Franco recently denied he is dating Benson. The movie is set for release on March 5, 2013.
3. Backstreet Boys - Backstreet's back all right! The band recently reunited with former member Kevin Richardson in April. Richardson left the band in 2006. The group is preparing to release their eighth studio album in 2013.
4. Brandy - A singer, actress and former "Dancing With The Stars" contestant. She released her sixth studio album in October.
5. Colbie Caillat - This "Bubbly" singer is also known for her "Lucky" duet with Jason Mraz.
6. Cyndi Lauper - The 59-year-old singer is likely best known for her hits "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time," an "True Colors." Lauper, a longtime advocate for the LGBT community, started the True Colors Fund, named after her hit single, in 2008 to help the homeless problem within the community.
7. Elisha Cuthbert - This former "24" actress is a cast member on the ABC comedy series "Happy Endings."
8. Eric Stonestreet - This two-time Emmy Award-winning actor appears on the hit ABC comedy series "Modern Family."
9. Florida Georgia Line - The country music duo features Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. The duo released their second EP "It'z Just What We Do" in May.
10. Gavin DeGraw - This 35-year-old singer and former "Dancing With The Stars" contestant is known for hits like "I Don't Want to Be" and "Chariot."
11. Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison - These "Once Upon A Time" stars, who play mother and daughter on the fairy tale series, are set to present at the award show.
12. Hayden Panettiere - The 23-year-old actress stars and sings on the ABC country music drama series "Nashville."
13. Heidi Klum - The model and "Project Runway" host is set to present at the award show. In 2006, Klum released a debut single "Wonderland" and sang with ex-husband Seal on a duet called "Wedding Day."
14. Jenny McCarthy - The comedian and actress previously worked with Dick Clark Productions -- which produces the American Music Awards -- on "New Year's Rockin' Eve."
15. Karmin - This music duo, which features engaged couple Amy Heidemann and Nick Louis Noonan, went from a YouTube sensation to being signed to the Epic music label. The duo released an EP called "Hello" in May and are currently working on their first full-length studio album.
16. Kerry Washington - The actress stars on the ABC drama "Scandal" and will appear in the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film "Django Unchained" with Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio.
17. Lady Antebellum - The country music trio known for hits like "Need You Now" and "I Run to You" is up for Favorite Band, Duo or Group - Country.
18. Lucy Hale - The 23-year-old actress stars on "Pretty Little Liars" as Aria Montgomery and is gearing up to release her debut album in 2013.
19. Luke Bryan - The country music singer is up for two awards including Favorite Male Artist - Country and Favorite Album - Country.
20. Neon Trees - The band, known for their hit song "Animal," will present at the award show.
21. Ne-Yo - The R&B singer/songwriter recently released his fifth studio album called "R.E.D.," which is an acronym for "Realizing Every Dream."
22. Paula Abdul - The former "American Idol" and "The X Factor" judge will present at the ceremony.
23. Phillip Phillips - This recent "American Idol" winner will present at the award show.
24. Ryan Seacrest - The "American Idol" host has been involved with Dick Clark Productions since 2005 when he became the executive producer and co-host of "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve."
25. Stacy Keibler - The former WWE personality and "Dancing With The Stars" contestant is currently making headlines for her relationship with actor George Clooney. She had also had guest appearances on shows like "Psych," "How I Met Your Mother" and "What About Brian."
26. will.i.am - The rapper and music producer known for his involvement with the Black Eyed Peas is preparing to release his fourth solo studio album in December.