South-African humorist and joke artist Trevor Noah has been selected and named as the host of the worldwide music grants: The Grammy Awards for the year 2021.
This was declared by The Recording Academy and CBS that host of Comedy Central’s Emmy Award-winning “Day by day Show,” will host the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
The declaration comes hours before Tuesday’s 63rd Grammy Awards designations live stream on GRAMMY.com.
“Despite the fact that I am amazingly baffled that the Grammys have would not make them sing or be designated for the best pop collection, I am excited to host this propitious occasion,” said Noah.
“I think as a one-time Grammy chosen one, I am the best individual to give a shoulder to all the astonishing craftsmen who don’t win on the night since I also know the agony of not winning the honor! (This is a figurative shoulder, I’m doing whatever it takes not to get Corona.) See you at the 63rd Grammys!”
Trevor Noah was brought into the world on 20 February 1984 in Johannesburg, South Africa. His dad, Robert, is of Swiss parentage, and his mom, Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah, is of Xhosa lineage. He is one of the searched after appearances on the American screens and one of the most compelling individuals on Earth.