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Trevor Noah Jokes About Will Smith Slap at Grammy Opener: We’re ‘Keeping People’s Names Out of Our Mouths’

Trevor Noah returns to the Grammys this year and kicks things off in style!

daily show The host and famous stand-up comic delivered his opening monologue, and when it came to making fun of some A-list music stars in the room at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, he didn’t hold back — and some celebs who were actually there too. were not.

After a lively opening performance by Sonic Silk, Noah came out and made some funny, playful jokes about the night’s nominees — calling Justin Bieber “the best thing to peach since that Timothée Chalamet movie” — and joked that there was so much star power, it felt like “Here’s a Madame Tussauds musical!”

Noah said, “It’s going to be such a beautiful evening. Don’t even think of it as an awards show, consider it a concert where we’re giving away awards.” “We’re listening to some music, we’re dancing, we’ll sing. We’ll put people’s names out of our mouths and we’ll give prizes all night.”

The line – which did not specifically directly address Thappad – garnered a huge laugh from the audience. Noah, of course, was referencing Will Smith’s infamous outburst from this year’s Oscars after storming the stage over a joke about Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith and slapping Chris Rock in the face.

Before Sunday’s show, Noah addressed his plans for the big night during an interview with reporters, sharing, “First of all, it’s an honor.

“I mean, hosting the Grammys once, it’s a lifetime achievement. Hosting it twice is an opportunity to mess things up, so it’s awesome, it’s exciting, it’s an honor and most importantly It’s that I think it’s a celebration,” he continued. , “Because before there was a pandemic deep inside and now cases are coming down, people are coming back together, we have an audience and I’m really excited to share this with the people in the crowd.”

64th Annual Grammy Awards It airs Sunday, April 3 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and airs live on CBS. Follow us on ETonline.com for everything you need to get ready for music’s biggest night, including how to watch, Grammy artists, and more.

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