TV personality and comedian Trevor Noah will be returning to the Grammys to host the 2023 award show for the third year in a row.
Noah revealed how excited he is to be hosting for a third time saying it was unexpected but he is grateful for the opportunity.
“I’m really grateful to be doing this for a third time. You don’t expect to do the Grammys once, and you don’t expect for them to call you back twice, so the third time is, hopefully, as charming as it was the first and second times,” said Noah.
Ben Winston, the show’s executive producer revealed that there would be new technical changes to the award show such as having people that are close to the performers introduce their performances. This he revealed is an attempt to keep viewers locked in for three and a half hours.
“I think, this year, we’ve got some really lovely ideas. Some of the performances are going to be introduced by, rather than massive celebs, they’re going to be introduced by people who really matter to the performer. And I think that could be a really beautiful moment.”
According to Noah, his most exciting part is seeing all the big names in music in person and watching them get excited to see fellow celebrities as the perform on stage.
Noah made a surprising career change as he revealed in September last year that he was preparing to take his final bow at Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. This comes after he hosted the show for seven years.