Who will be the host of the 2024 Grammy Awards

The highly anticipated 2024 Grammy Awards, scheduled for February 5 at 6:30 am, will mark Trevor Noah’s fourth consecutive year as the host. The event, taking place at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, is set to feature stellar performances by renowned artists such as Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, and more.

Trevor Noah, known for his roles as a comedian, actor, author, podcast host, and former presenter of The Daily Show, adds an extra layer of excitement to the proceedings. Notably, he is currently nominated at the 2024 GRAMMYs in the Best Comedy Album Category for his 2022 Netflix comedy special, “I Wish You Would.” This achievement places Noah in the esteemed company of a select few, like LL Cool J, who have hosted the Grammys for three consecutive years or more.

Taking a stroll down memory lane, let’s revisit some of Trevor Noah’s standout moments as the Grammys host over the years:

2021: In the backdrop of the scaled-down Grammy Awards due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Trevor Noah took on the role of host for the first time. Despite the challenges, he adeptly balanced humor with sensitivity, delivering witty jokes about the pandemic and navigating the Los Angeles smog. Noah’s comedic prowess held the audience’s attention throughout the ceremony.

2022: Returning for his second year as the Grammys host, Trevor Noah showcased his signature comedic timing with playful interactions, particularly with the popular K-pop band BTS. The US comedian and actor humorously remarked that, instead of a monetary check for hosting the event, he was being compensated with the valuable currency of spending time with the massively popular group.

2023: A monumental year, witnessing Beyoncé’s record-breaking 32 wins and her victory for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Renaissance. In celebration of this historic moment, Trevor Noah personally handed over a Grammy to Beyoncé, adding a touch of camaraderie and festivity to the event.

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