James Corden's Funniest and Best Hosting Moments from the 2017 Grammys
It sounds like, overall, people liked James Cordon as the host of the Grammys this year. He's hysterical, and he got Blue Ivy to do Carpool Karaoke, so it's a win in my book. Lets go over James' Top Grammy Moments.
He opened the show pretending like he botched the whole thing, rolling down the stairs, losing a shoe, and yelling at his dancers. Honestly, he really did fall down a flight of stairs, even if it was on purpose, so props to him. Then he did a Grammy "rap," also during the opening number, in which he called out Trump. He says, "Live it all up because this is the best and with President Trump we don’t know what comes next." Obviously this is a theme in every award show this year, so good job James- you're right on trend there.
Then another smart move- he links up with JLo in the audience, pulling in a bunch of other celebs and does a live version of Carpool Karaoke. But, what got everyone talking during this number was Blue Ivy running in there to join the fun. YES. She's just a kid and Blue already wants to jump into the limelight? I see a future star there- and with a stage name like Blue Ivy? It's basically a done deal.
James also congratulated his parents on their anniversary, but when he came to talk to them in the audience, Heidi Klum was sitting on his Dad's lap, while his mom was sitting on Nick Jonas' lap. Love it- I know James got his humor from at least one of his parents, so good for them for being a part of his bit.
This next act proves that James can go off the cusp. Right after Twenty One Pilots accepted their award in their boxers, in honor of having watched the Grammys in their boxers back in the day, James went out on stage in HIS boxers.
He joked, "I told myself that if I ever hosted the Grammys I would do it in my underwear- it's an amazing coincidence, really." LOL, and that couldn't have been planned, people.
Another moment that's buzzing on Twitter is when James stood on stage, with DNCE, as they presented. He dressed just like them, in black and white, and truly blended in with the band.
In the Twittersphere, the host of all hosts, Ryan Seacrest, gave his stamp of approval. He tweeted, "Effortless job tonight. Congrats, you killed it." What did you guys think of James hosting the Grammy's? Did he do a good job? Let us know in the comments below.