Trevor Noah will be returning as the host of the 2022 Grammy Awards celebration at the Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena, formerly known as the Staples Center!
This is an impressive feat for the South African star who hosted the last Grammys, while practicing social distancing measures.
Noah could not be more excited about achieving such an iconic feat and gave some hilarious insight into the upcoming event.
“The Daily Show” Host Confirms He Will Host 2022 Grammy Awards
The 37-year-old expressed that he felt lucky to host this year’s ceremony and hopes for full attendance at the record night in 2022.
When probed if he had any concerns about hosting again, Noah denied, adding that the Grammys offer a front-row seat to the “best music concert of all time.”
The comedian joked that he must attend the event to assist Kevin Hart into his seat and give a nervous Jay-Z emotional support to handle being a record-breaking Grammy nominee.
The comedian then shared a video on his Instagram page to further announce that he had landed the hosting gig with the Grammys. The video started with a lady playing with a baby in a pool and rolling her shoulders.
The clip then switched to Noah who rolled his shoulders like a baby too while smiling at the camera. The video’s caption partly read:
“Excited to be back, hosting the #Grammys this year!”
Harvey Mason Jr., CEO of the Recording Academy, said Noah was an amazing host for the 63rd Grammy Awards and earned praise from the musical community and critics.
Mason expressed he feels excited and fortunate to welcome the TV host at the upcoming coveted musical awards show, which he believes will be an unforgettable night.
Jay-Z Holds Record as The Highest Grammy Awards Nominee
Jay-Z was tied with Quincy Jones as the highest nominee for the Grammy Awards with an impressive 80 votes. The rapper now holds the title alone with his latest 2022 nominations.
Per Variety, the “Run This Town” artist has three nominations for the 2022 Awards show, placing him at a record-breaking 83 votes.
In 1999, Jay-Z achieved his first Recording Academy recognition with three nominations: one for his collaboration with Jermaine Dupri in “Money Ain’t a Thang” and two for his album “Vol. 2…Hard Knock Life.”
The “Empire State of Mind” artist won but boycotted the ceremony owing to a lack of nominations for late fellow rapper DMX.
Jay-Z, who clocks 52 on December 4, has been nominated in a whopping 18 of the 22 Grammy years. He took home three wins in 2009, 2010, 2012, respectively.
Trevoh Noah Spotted Partying In Miami Post-Breakup
Noah was seen partying in Miami at ‘The Pool at Strawberry Moon” in the Goodtime Hotel following his split with girlfriend Minka Kelly.
In May, The Blast shared that the “Born A Crime” author was spotted with Bella Thorne, Dave Grutman, and DJ Steve Aoki. He also excited the crowd at the pool party from the DJ booth.
Noah’s breakup with the actress surprised fans as they formerly bought a Los Angeles home to live in at December’s ending. Insiders previously revealed they were in love and happy.
Miami Beach is famous for being a go-to spot for single men, so it may not have come as a surprise that “The Daily Show” host was getting over his ex at that location.