Monday, March 8, 2021

Trevor Noah on What to Expect at a Grammy Ceremony Like No Other

After a year of video conference-styled awards shows in the pandemic, the 2021 Grammy Awards are aiming to be a breath of fresh (COVID-free, socially distanced) air on March 14.

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 With artists on-site, performing outdoors and watching each other's sets, first-time Grammy host Trevor Noah has his fingers crossed we will look back on this as "the beginning of when we got to start living our lives again."

Even if the COVID-19 pandemic never happened (or if it, ahem, had been handled properly), the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards would still look different, considering that longtime producer Ken Ehrlich retired from his Grammy duties after a whopping 40 telecasts, leaving new blood Ben Winston running the show. With a new executive producer, a new host and pandemic precautions, it's safe to say Music's Biggest Night will look a bit different this Sunday (March 14).

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