U.S. first girl Jill Biden to current at Grammy Awards



By Kanishka Singh

(Reuters) – U.S. first girl Jill Biden will attend this yr’s Grammy Awards as a presenter, the White Home stated on Wednesday.

The Grammys individually introduced the lineup of these presenting on the award present, a listing that features rapper Cardi B, pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo, actor Dwayne Johnson, actress Viola Davis, “When Harry Met Sally” star Billy Crystal, comic James Corden and Canadian pop artist Shania Twain.

Biden shouldn’t be the one first girl to seem on the Grammy Awards, the music business’s high honors.

Former first girl Michelle Obama made a shock look on the Grammys for a gap section in 2019 and received a Grammy a yr later for greatest spoken phrase album for the audiobook model of her best-selling memoir, “Turning into.”

Hillary Clinton received a Grammy in 1997 whereas she was first girl for greatest spoken phrase album for her guide “It Takes a Village.”

Nominations for the Grammy Awards, which happen on Sunday, had been introduced in November on the Grammy Museum.

Pop icon Beyonce acquired essentially the most nominations this yr with 9 in whole, placing her right into a tie along with her husband, rapper Jay-Z, as essentially the most nominated artists of all time.

Beyonce and Jay-Z each have 88 nominations in whole for the peer-voted music awards. Jay-Z acquired 5 2023 nominations for contributions to Renaissance and DJ Khaled’s tune, “God Did.”

Davis and Crystal are additionally nominees this yr along with being presenters. Davis was nominated for greatest audiobook, narration and storytelling recording for her memoir, “Discovering Me.” Crystal was nominated for greatest musical theater album for “Mr. Saturday Evening.”

The Grammys might be hosted by comic Trevor Noah.

(Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Washington, modifying by Deepa Babington)

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