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November, 15

Alicia Keys Will Return as 2020 Grammy Awards Host

 
 
 
Alicia Keys Will Return as 2020 Grammy Awards Host

Alicia Keys will return as the host of the 62nd annual Grammy Awards.

Keys hosted the awards show for the first time in 2019. She will become the third woman and the first female music star to host the show twice. Keys has won 15 Grammy awards and is second only to Paul Simon as the Grammys host with the most trophies.

The 2020 Grammys will be the last to be overseen by longtime producer Ken Ehrlich, with “Late Late Show With James Corden” executive producer Ben Winston set to take over the awards show for its 63rd round.

The 62nd edition of the show will air live on CBS on Jan. 26.

© Shutterstock Keys was announced today as a performer at the 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 14, along with Miguel, Beto Cuevas, Residente, Calibre 50 andPrince Royce, among others. Presenters include Ángela Aguilar, Eduardo Cabra (Visitante), Sofia Carson and Emilio Estefan. A special moment with Thalia is also on the agenda.

During the 2019 Grammy Awards, Keys sang a medley of songs that she wished she’d written, beginning with Scott Joplin’s “Maple Leaf Rag.” She played on two grand pianos, one black, one white, sitting between them on a stool. “I wanna welcome you to Club Keys,” she said.

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Grammy-award-winners: With another year’s worth of Grammys awarded, it’s high time to check in on Grammy Award records and all the big names who have broken them over the course of the awards show’s six-decade history.Taylor Swift skipped the 2019 Grammys on Sunday, February 10 — instead opting to attend the British Academy Film Awards with boyfriend Joe Alwyn — but she broke a Grammy record back in 2010 when she was still verging on the country side of pop music. Swift was barely out of her teens at the time, but the record holder for youngest Grammy winner was 12 years younger when she won.Beyoncé and Jay-Z were also no-shows on Sunday, but they’re still legends in the Recording Grammy’s eyes. Jay-Z is close to breaking two records — one for most Grammy nominations (77) and another for most Grammys won by a songwriter (22) — and Beyoncé broke a record in 2010 that Adele tied in 2012, as detailed in the gallery below.And though Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, Kanye West and Stevie Wonder have all earned 20 or more Grammy Awards so far, not one of those artists are close to beating the record for the most lifetime Grammy wins. Scroll down to see that record holder and several more stars whose award shelves must be needing reinforcements.

 

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