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Grammys: Who's Hosted?

Grammys: Who's Hosted?

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    LL Cool J became the first Grammy host in 7 years when he emceed the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in 2012. He did such a great job, they invited him back for 2013!

    Check out the Grammy hosts with the most over the years.
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    Jon Stewart was lucky enough to host the Grammys twice, in 2001 and 2002.
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    Actress/Producer Whoopi Goldberg has hosted the Grammys four times!
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    Actor Kelsey Grammer hosts the 1998 Grammys.
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    Ellen DeGeneres was nominated for an Emmy for hosting the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in 1996. She also hosted the show the following year.
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    Legendary pop singer Andy Williams hosted the first ever televised Grammy Awards ceremony on March 17, 1971. He went on to host the show several times in the 1970's.
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    "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" singer/songwriter John Denver hosted the Grammy Awards five times: The 21st Annual Grammy Awards in 1979 and the ceremonies from 1982-1985. After his tragic death in 1997, he was awarded the Grammy Hall of Fame Award for "Take Me Home, Country Roads."
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    Three-time Grammy winner Kenny Rogers hosted the 22nd Annual Grammy Awards in 1980. Among the winners that night were Bob Dylan, Donna Summer and Gloria Gaynor.
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    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member and Grammy-winning artist Paul Simon hosted the 23rd Annual Grammy Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
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    Billy Crystal hosted the 29th, 30th, and 31st Annual Grammy Awards, and was nominated for an Emmy for his performance all three years. He won the Emmy for Outstanding Performance in Special Events for the 30th Annual Grammy Awards in 1989.
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    Comedian Gary Shandling hosted the 32nd and 33rd Annual Grammy Awards in 1990 and 1991, respectively.
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    Rosie O'Donnell hosted the 41st and 42nd Annual Grammy Awards.
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    The Daily Show's Jon Stewart hosted the 43rd and 44th Annual Grammy Award ceremonies.
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    Queen Latifah hosted the 47th Annual Grammy Awards. Throughout her career the rapper-turned actress has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, one of which she won for Best Rap Solo Performance in 1995 for "U.N.I.T.Y."
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