Trevor Noah will return as host for the fourth consecutive year at the 2024 Grammy Awards to be held on February 5 at 6.30 am. The biggest music event of the year will be organized at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles and will see performances by Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo and other popular stars. Two-time Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, podcast host, and former host of The Daily Show, Noah is currently nominated at the 2024 Grammys in the Best Comedy Album category for this 2022 Netflix comedy special ‘I Wish You Would’. With this, Noah achieved an achievement that only a few people like LL Cool J have been able to do. This achievement is to host the Grammys for three consecutive years or more.
Here are some of his most memorable moments while hosting the Grammys over the years:
This year, the Grammy Awards were shortened amid the Covid pandemic and it was also Trevor Noah’s first year as host. He lived up to the occasion and successfully balanced comedy with sensitivity at the event. The comedian managed to keep the audience’s attention throughout the event with his witty jokes about coronavirus and dealing with the Los Angeles smog.
During his second year as host of the GRAMMY Awards, Noah used his signature comedic timing to have entertaining conversations with artists, including BTS. The American comedy actor joked that instead of getting a cash check for hosting an event, he got to spend time with the extremely popular K-pop band.
This was the year Beyoncé broke the record for most Grammy wins of all time with her win for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Renaissance, with 32 wins. To celebrate this moment, Noah came to her with a Grammy and handed it to her.