Jill Biden joins the list of Grammy Awards presenters

Jill Biden joins the list of Grammy Awards presenters

Many famous faces were chosen to present the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, led by US First Lady Jill Biden, as the White House announced that the wife of current US President Joe Biden will present this year’s Grammy Awards.

It comes after the presenters for the 2023 Grammy Awards were announced, with Ms. Jill Biden joining Cardi B, Dwayne Johnson, Olivia Rodrigo, Viola Davis, Billy Crystal, Shania Twain and James Corden.

live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Hosted by Trevor Noah, the Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, February 5, 2023, at ET/5 p.m. ET.

America’s first ladies at the Grammys

Not only is Jill Biden making an appearance at the prestigious Grammy Awards, but Michelle Obama made a stunning entrance during the opening segment of 2019’s ceremony and even won Best Spoken Word Album for her audiobook version of Becoming, her bestselling memoir. It was no doubt an electrifying moment in music history!

Hillary Clinton won a Grammy Award in 1997 when she was First Lady, for Best Spoken Word Album for her book It Takes a Village.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are the highest nominated Grammy Awards

Pop icon Beyoncé received the most nominations this year with nine, tying her with her husband, rapper Jay-Z , as the most nominated artist of all time.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z each have 88 nominations in total for the peer-voted music awards. Jay-Z received five 2023 nominations for his contributions to “Renaissance” and DJ Khaled’s “God Did.”

Viola Davis and Billy Crystal are not only presenters, but they are also nominees this year. Davis is in the running for Best Sound Recording, Narration, and Story for her memoir, Finding Me. Crystal was nominated for Best Musical Theater Album Mr. Saturday Night.