The Grammys are just days away. Over the past few weeks, the Recording Academy’s slowly unveiled details surrounding the ceremony and today, they’ve revealed who we should see on stage presenting the awards. As expected, they’re bringing out some stars to the stage, including 2019 Rap Album Of The Year winner, Cardi B. The Bronx star will be among the diverse roster of entertainers and celebrities who will announce the winners to the televised categories.
Cardi B won’t be the only Grammy winner presenting an award on Sunday night. The Grammy’s announced Shania Twain and Olivia Rodrigo will also help hand out awards during the ceremony. Additionally, current Grammy nominees including Billy Crystal and Viola Davis will take on similar duties. Finally, the Grammys also tapped Dwayne “The Rock Johnson” and First Lady Jill Biden as presenters. It will undoubtedly be an eventful evening.
Though the presenters are important, most people are particularly excited to see some of the performances. So far, they confirmed Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Brandi Carlile, Kim Petras, Mary J. Blige, Luke Combs, Lizzo, Steve Lacy, and Sam Smith will grace the stage. Plus, there’s Hip-Hop 50 segment directed by Questlove that will take place. On top of that, the Maverick City Music choir will join Quavo for a tribute to Takeoff. Quavo and Maverick City Music will deliver a rendition of “Without You” during the In Memorium segment.
There have been recent rumors floating around this week that there are some surprise performances in store. Apparently, DJ Khaled is cooking something up for the award ceremony, which means that he’ll bring a slew of guests along with him. One of those guests is rumored to be Jay-Z, who appeared on the titular song on Khaled’s latest studio album, GOD DID. Though there isn’t any confirmation, it would be incredible to see Hov take the stage and deliver one of the best verses of 2022.
We’ll keep you posted on anymore updates surrounding the 2023 Grammys.