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James Corden is your 2018 Grammys host with the most!
The late-night funnyman returns as Music’s Biggest Night’s MC for the 2nd successive year, and as A-listers started to discover their seats inside Madison Square Garden, he had a couple of unique information to show E!’s Ryan Seacrest about exactly what to get out of this year’s entertainers.
“ Kendrick [ Lamar] opens with Bono and The Edge with Dave Chapelle in exactly what is rather potentially the most distinct opening to a Grammys you’ve ever seen,” Corden shared. “I’ve never seen anything like it.”
He likewise gushed, “There’s some other substantial highlights. Bruno [ Mars] and Cardi B is whatever you ‘d desire it to be, Elton John and Miley Cyrus Kesha simply made my entire body tingle.”
The pop star will carry out “Praying,” a tune launched in the middle of her continuous sexual attack and batter claim versus music manufacturer Dr. Luke
James continued, “Oh my word… You can’t help when you know the story and everything and that song is so good! I feel very lucky just to be in the room watching.”
Tonight’s celebrations aside, Corden wished to pay it forward by sharing an all the best message to fellow award season host Jimmy Kimmel, who is commanding the 2018 Oscars.
“Jimmy,” he stated, “It’s James Corden. You are born to host this program. Y ou did it so remarkably last year; you’re going to do it remarkably this year. I’ll be rooting for you. Right now you’ll remain in a fit sensation uneasy and I’ll be at house in sweat trousers consuming food and I understand you’ll be going, ‘Why am I refraining from doing that?'”
Good luck tonight, Corden!
Tune in to E!’s two-hour Live From the Red Carpet: 2018 Grammy Awards unique at 5: 30 p.m. ET/2: 30 p.m. PT. After the Grammys telecast on CBS, see the E! After Party at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT. For total Grammy Awards protection, watch E! News Monday, Jan. 29, at 7 and 11 p.m.