[NEWS] 2022 Grammys rescheduled after being postponed due to COVID-19

The 64th annual Grammy Awards which was #postponed from its initial
January 31 airdate due to the #COVID-19 #pandemic, will now broadcast
the live ceremony on #Sunday, April 3, at 8 p.m. ET from the MGM
#Grand #Garden Arena in #Las #Vegas.

The new #date was #confirmed by CBS and the #Recording #Academy.

#Comedian Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s “The #Daily Show,”
will return as host. No further details were shared in the #statement.

Recall that on January 5, the music industry group explained their
decision to postpone. The statement at the time read in part;
“The #health and safety of those in our music #community, the live
audience, and the hundreds of people who work #tirelessly to produce
our show remains our top #priority. Given the uncertainty surrounding
the Omicron variant, holding the show on #January 31 simply contains
too many risks.”

The Grammys is one of several high-profile events in entertainment
rocked by the latest COVID-19 surge, including the #2022 #Golden
#Globes on #Jan. 9, which nixed the red carpet and #cameras this #year.

The Sundance Film Festival was also transformed into a digital-only
event for the second year in a row, after previous plans to meet in Park
City, Utah, were canceled due to the Omicron variant.

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