The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards host Trevor Noah, 37, couldn’t resist the opportunity to cheekily mock Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 56, over his looks and “talent” at the glamorous ceremony last night. The Daily Show presenter took aim at Johnson after Harry Styles, 27, performed his hit song Watermelon Sugar.
The former One Direction heartthrob also picked up his first ever Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance for the track.
The stylish star stole the show in a black leather Gucci suit for his appearance, equipped with a green feather-boa, which he flung off dramatically mid-song.
Referencing the English singer-songwriter, comedian Trevor brutally quipped: “It’s crazy to think that someone that talented and handsome is from the same place as Boris Johnson…
“Man, the UK is diverse!”
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The Grammys – delayed from January due to the Coronavirus – saw him state music “saved our souls over this unprecedented year”.
Speaking from a tent in downtown LA, Trevor joked the ceremony would be the “biggest outdoor event this year besides the storming of the Capitol”.
He then pointed to the socially distanced masked nominees and said there is “more tension in that tent than at a family reunion at Buckingham Palace”.
Trevor continued: “Tonight we’re hoping that this is all about what 2021 can be, full of joy, new beginnings and coming together.