The Golden Globe Awards by the Numbers: 1,500 Stars & Just as Many Bottles of Moet!

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The 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Ricky Gervais, airs live from Beverly Hills on Sunday, and ET has a look at the menu of what the stars will be dining on as they celebrate the best work in television and film.

The task of serving the 1,500 stars that will be present in The Beverly Hilton Hotel ballroom calls for an enormous production. Forty chefs and 250 servers will prepare and serve 6,000 pounds of beef and salmon. Meanwhile, the vegetarians in the batch can rest easy, as there will be a meatless option as well.

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In keeping with Golden Globes tradition, no one at the event will go the evening without some bubbly. Drinks will flow with 50 handsome bartenders serving 1,500 Moet & Chandon minis on the red carpet plus 400 magnums of vintage 2004 inside the ballroom. Mark’s Garden centerpieces will surround those magnums on the tables with the theme being gold, yellow and purple. Five hundred Moet & Chandon cocktails will be served throughout the evening.

Some of the guests will be returning from last year. 2015 winners Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, J.K. Simmons and Amy Adams have been announced as presenters for this year's awards show.

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Click here for the entire list of nominees. The Golden Globe Awards air live Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC.