Mel Gibson returning to Hollywood spotlight as a Golden Globes presenter

LOS ANGELES -- Mel Gibson is returning to the Hollywood spotlight as a presenter at the Golden Globes.

Show producers announced Tuesday that the embattled star will appear at Sunday's ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

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Gibson has kept a low profile for almost a decade, following an explosive drunken-driving arrest and public custody dispute.

Other presenters include Jim Carrey, Amy Adams, Helen Mirren, Kurt Russell, Jamie Foxx, Kate Hudson, Eddie Redmayne and Channing Tatum. Ricky Gervais is hosting the show, airing live on NBC.



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