Grammy Awards 2022 live updates: Trevor Noah opens show with a Will Smith joke; BTS, Billie in the house
- Grammy Awards live updates: Trevor Noah hosts the 64th iteration of the Grammys on Monday morning. Check out all that’s happening.
Updated on Apr 04, 2022 05:44 AM IST
The Grammys televised gala began in Las Vegas on Sunday with a performance from retro group Silk Sonic and a stream of jokes from host Trevor Noah. Nominations frontrunner Jon Batiste jumped to an early lead, nabbing four trophies during the pre-telecast ceremony, while pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo scored one and Kanye West received two.
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Apr 04, 2022 05:44 AM IST
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