Who opened the 2023 Grammys?

Host Trevor Noah introduced Bad Bunny and called him a “global force” who is the most streamed and listened to artist on the planet.

WASHINGTON – Bad Bunny launched the Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles with a celebratory, energetic performance that drew crowds, including Taylor Swift, who got up and danced next to her table.

Trevor Noah opened the ceremony in front of the Crypto.Com Arena, celebrating the show’s return to its traditional Los Angeles home for the first time since 2020.

“The best city in the world if you disregard a few other cities,” said Noah.

He then introduced an opening performance of Bad Bunny, which began alone on a platform before the aisles were flooded with dancers, some in colorful skirts, others in giant masks.

While introducing him, Noah called Bad Bunny a “global force.”

After the performance, Noah – returning for a third straight year – opened his monologue amidst the audience.

“Every year I find myself developing a different relationship with the people in the room,” he told AP’s Jonathan Landrum Jr. last week. “That opens you up for a few more jokes and a few more conversations in a way that people understand the context you’re in in relation to them. That means you can have a little fun without anyone feeling like you’re dipping on them.”

The most streamed and listened-to-the-world Puerto Rican singer could make history at the Grammys.

If Bad Bunny wins Album of the Year for “Un Verano Sin Ti,” it would be the first time a Spanish-language album has won top honors.

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Laura Coffey

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