Trevor Noah to Host 2023 Grammy Awards

by Duchess Magazine

Trevor Noah, a comedian from South Africa, has been selected to host the Grammy Awards for the third consecutive year.

In the 2021 episode, Noah made his on-air debut as the show’s anchor. Additionally, he was chosen to host the program once more in 2022.

The Recording Academy, the event’s producers, tweeted on Thursday that the comedian would be hosting the ceremony for a third time in 2023.

The tweet read, “Emmy Award-winning comedian @Trevornoah will return as master of ceremonies for the 2023 #GRAMMYs, Music’s Biggest Night. The 65th GRAMMYs will be Noah’s third time hosting.”

Noah, who earlier this week announced his retirement from The Daily Show, shared his enthusiasm about coming back to the Music’s Biggest Night stage.

“I’m super excited to be hosting the #Grammys once again! Tune in Sunday, Feb 5th on @CBS,” he tweeted.

The 65th Grammy Awards will take place at the Arena in Los Angeles on February 5, 2023.

Additionally, it would be streamed live on Paramount+ and broadcast on the CBS Television Network.

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