2023 Grammys: What to expect at music’s biggest night

The much anticipated 65th edition of Grammys Award is taking place on Sunday and music lovers all around the world are full of expectations.

Already, several celebrities have arrived Los Angeles for Grammys pre-parties in preparation for music’s biggest night.

While the entire show will feature many attractions, SUPERS.ng highlights key things to look forward to at the 2023 Grammys Award


In line with its usual tradition, the Grammys is returning to Los Angeles this year, after a brief stint with Las Vegas last year.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, and the Omicron variant surge, the event was postponed to April from its original January date in 2022.

This year’s show is slated to hold on Sunday at Crypto.com Arena, formerly known as the Staples Center.


While the South African comedian stepped down as host of The Daily Show last year, Trevor Noah is not leaving the screens any time soon.

Noah was snagged to host the 65th Grammy Awards after hosting the previous two editions of the award in 2021 and 2022.

Media personality, Alina Visson and Broadway actress, Amanda Kloots will be manning the red carpet.


As Noah described the event in its 2022 edition, the Grammys is “a concert where we are giving out awards.”

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Like previous years, Grammys 2023 promises several performances from the industry’s biggest stars.

The organisers, Recording Academy, have confirmed performances by hip-hop legends, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross; singers, Stevie Wonder, John legend and many others.


With 28 wins under her belt, Beyoncé holds the crown for the most awarded female artiste in Grammys history.

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The songstress is however not relenting, she also leads with the most nominations this year. Her “Renaissance” album released July 2022, got a total of nine nods from the academy.

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