Trevor Noah Praised For His Grammy Awards Hosting Skills

He nailed the show

By  | Mar 15, 2021, 10:37 AM  | Trevor Noah  | Top of The

Post main image
The prestigious 63rd Grammy Awards finally took place last night and they saw many being awarded for their hard work. The awards were hosted by Mzansi's golden boy Trevor Noah, who left viewers mesmerized by his impressive hosting skills and jokes.

Read More:  Enjoy Your Next Trip Around The Sun, Trevor Noah!

Trevor had everyone eating from the palm of his hand as he represented Mzansi, by becoming the first South African to host the prestigious and star-studded awards.  His fans have been singing his praises on social media and congratulating him for a job well done.

Not only he did a sterling job with his hosting skills, but he got to rub shoulders with the elites of Hollywood.  The comedian has been trending on social media after he told Beyonce and Megan Thee Stalion to remain on stage as he announced that Beyonce has broken the record for the most wins by a female artist in the history of the Grammy's.

Queen B has racked up 28 Grammy's and she was shocked when Trevor Noah congratulated her.

Our very own Anati also raised the South African flag high when he bagged an award for Brown Skin Girl, a song which he co-wrote for Beyoncé. It is no secret that Trevor is a trailblazer of note and he is living his best life in Hollywood as he hosts a renowned comedy show, The Daily Show.

The show was recently renewed for 5 years and in a statement Trevor expressed how excited he was, to continue hosting it, “I’m thrilled to be continuing this amazing journey with both fans of The Daily Show and Comedy Central. It’s really exciting to renew this contract for either five more years or until Kim Jong Un annihilates us all–whichever one comes first.”

Trevor has been shining in Hollywood and he is one of Mzansi's talents who are raising the SA flag high including the likes of Thuso Mbedu and Nomzamo Mbatha. The two leading actors recently made the list of Essence’s 20 Young Black Hollywood stars To Watch.

Nomzamo recently made her much anticipated debut in the film Coming to America sequel where she stars alongside Eddie Murphy. Thuso is expecting to also shine in the upcoming film  “The Underground Railroad,”  which is set to premiere worldwide on May 14.

Congratulations Trevor.

Image Cred: Twitter @TrevorNonoah
Read more