Los Angeles, CA – Trevor Noah, the South African comedian and writer, has been announced as the host of the 66th Grammy Awards, which will be held on February 4, 2024, at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. This will be Noah’s fourth consecutive year hosting the awards show.
Noah shared the news on his podcast, “WHAT NOW?,” on December 13. He expressed his excitement about the opportunity, saying, “I’m so honored to be hosting the Grammys again this year. It’s such a special night for music, and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”
Noah is a popular and respected figure in the entertainment industry. He is the host of the Emmy Award-winning talk show “The Daily Show,” and he has also starred in films such as “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” and “Coming 2 America.”
The 66th Grammy Awards will be produced by Jesse Collins Entertainment. The show will air live on CBS and Paramount+.
Noah’s Previous Grammy Hosting Performances
Noah has hosted the Grammy Awards three times before, in 2021, 2022, and 2023. His hosting performances have been praised by critics and viewers alike. In 2022, he was named one of the best hosts of the year by The Hollywood Reporter.
In his previous hosting performances, Noah has shown a knack for balancing humor with respect for the artists and music being honored. He has also been praised for his ability to connect with a wide range of viewers.
What to Expect from Noah’s Fourth Hosting Performance
It is likely that Noah will continue to offer his unique blend of humor and insight in his fourth hosting performance. He is sure to keep viewers entertained and engaged throughout the show.
It will also be interesting to see how Noah addresses the current political and social climate in his hosting performance. He has been a vocal critic of social injustice and inequality, and he is sure to use his platform to raise awareness of these issues.
Overall, Noah’s fourth hosting performance is sure to be a memorable and entertaining event