Trevor Noah has opened up about his preparations to host the upcoming 2024 Grammy Awards for the fourth time in his career.
In an interview with PEOPLE Magazine, the 38-year-old comedian stated, “The first thing I've learned is that all your preparation is really just the parachute for what actually happens on the night because anything can happen, and every single year it somehow does.”
“I've also learned that because it's a celebration of these musicians and what they've done, everyone is there to party and have a good time,” Noah said while expressing his belief about what the Grammys are about.
When he was asked if he felt 'any nerves' after the Jo Koy controversy, he replied, “You know what? My nerves are the same every single year. I don't need to see anything to have nerves. I've never approached either an award show or a stand-up show without nerves.”
The upcoming 66th annual Grammy Awards will take place on February 4, 2024, in Los Angeles.
For those unversed, Noah is also nominated at the ceremony in the 'best comedy album' category for his recent special, I Wish You Would.