When you're good, you're gooood – Trevor Noah gets nod to host Grammys a second time

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South African comedian Trevor Noah is living his best life in the US  as he will be hosting the Grammy Awards two times in a row.
South African comedian Trevor Noah is living his best life in the US as he will be hosting the Grammy Awards two times in a row.
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He is making a comeback as a Grammy Awards host and the world is thrilled about it.

Trevor Noah hosted the 2021 Grammy Awards in a socially distanced ceremony in March this year. It was a night to remember as history was made, with Beyoncé breaking the all-time Grammy record of being the most awarded female artist of all time.

South African comedian and television host Trevor will be the master of ceremonies for the 64th Grammy Awards in January and he is looking forward to it.

This year's Grammys will take place on January 31, 2022, when the event will return to its usual operations having media, nominees and winners in attendance.

Trevor took to his social media to share the news with his 7.2 million followers.

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“Excited to be back, hosting the #Grammys this year! Tune in Monday, Jan 31st, on @cbstv

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