Trevor Noah, Host of ‘The Daily Show,’ Set to Host 2021 Grammys

Trevor Noah, host of The Daily Show since 2015, is set to host the 2021 Grammys. Noah will take over from Alicia Keys, who hosted the last two years.

Jon Stewart, Noah’s predecessor as host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, hosted the Grammys twice, in 2001-02.

Other talk show hosts who have hosted the Grammys over the years include Rosie O’Donnell (1999-2000), Queen Latifah (2005) and James Corden (2017-18) and future talk show hosts Whoopi Goldberg (1992) and Ellen DeGeneres (1996-97).

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Noah, 36, was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He will be the second Grammy host born outside of the U.S., following Corden.

Noah was nominated for a Grammy a year ago for best comedy album for Son of Patricia. He has been nominated for nine Emmy Awards, and has won one, for outstanding short form variety … Read the rest