United States first lady Jill Biden will present an award at this year’s Grammy Awards.
Although it’s the first time that Biden will be presenting at the Grammys, she’s not the only first lady to appear at the awards.
Reuters reports that former first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance at the Grammys for an opening segment in 2019 and won a Grammy a year later for best spoken world album for the audiobook version of her best-selling memoir, Becoming.
With this year’s star-studded ceremony power couple Beyonce and Jay Z have broken the record of the most combined nominations in their careers with a whopping 88.
This year sees Beyonce being nominated for nine awards. She now shares the title of the most nominated artist of all time with her husband.
Other presenters at Sunday’s award show include Olivia Rodrigo, Cardi B, Viola Davis, Dwayne Johnson, Billy Crystal, James Corden and Shania Twain.
Both Davis and Crystal are nominees this year. Davis for her best audiobook, narration and storytelling for her memoir Finding Me, while Crystal has been nominated for best music theatre album for Mr. Saturday Night.
The awards will take place on Sunday and will be hosted by Trevor Noah.
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