2023 Grammys: Trevor Noah Returns as Host


2023 Grammys: Trevor Noah Returns as Host

The comedian will host the ceremony for the third consecutive year

Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah, February 2021 (Michael Schwartz/CBS via Getty Images)

Trevor Noah is returning to host the 2023 Grammy Awards, Billboard reports. It’ll be his third consecutive year hosting the ceremony after making his debut in 2021 and coming back for 2022. Upon taking over the hosting duties in 2021, he replaced Alicia Keys, who’d hosted the Grammys in 2019 and 2020.

Noah recently stepped down as the host of The Daily Show; his final episode aired earlier this month. The comedian had helmed the Comedy Central series since 2015. Prior to his departure from the show, Noah had a new comedy special, I Wish You Would, premiere on Netflix.

The 2023 Grammy Awards take place on Sunday, February 5, in Los Angeles.

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