2018 Grammy Host, James Corden, Relives Last Year’s Ceremony And Talks About What He'll Do Differently This Time

Date January 31, 2018

The 60th Grammy awards are scheduled on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden, New York. It's the first time in fifteen years that it'll be held in New York instead of Los Angeles.

James Corden is hosting it again this year, and he says he'll do things differently.

James Corden hosts 2018 Grammy.

The British comedian and TV personality will be hosting this year's Grammy awards. James who's also the host of The Late show promises a three and half hour of fun at the awards ceremony.


Corden says he's really excited that the show will be held at Madison Square Garden.

James Corden is hosting The Grammys for the second time.

James Corden is not new to hosting the Grammys as he also hosted the 59th Grammy awards in February 2017. Prior to that, the award was hosted by LL Cool J.


After some technical difficulty at the 59th award ceremony, Corden started his opening act by doing a monologue which brought a nice touch to the whole ceremony. He even went as far as doing his famous "carpool karaoke" on stage alongside JLo, Jason Derulo and others singing a rendition of "Sweet Caroline".


James Corden says he'll do things differently.

As the host of the 60th Grammy Awards ceremony, Corden promises the three and half hours will be over swiftly. He says the night is going to be about the artists not about him.


He's definitely excited about hosting the show this year. In addition to that, the comedian promises to support the " Time's up" movement by wearing a white rose to the ceremony.

The 60th award ceremony promises to be great, and come Sunday night, the whole world will be watching as one of the biggest nights in the music world.


What are your expectations for this year's event? Who are you hoping to win the award?

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