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CORDEN TO RETURN AS GRAMMY HOST

As if he’s getting an excuse to do a coast-to-coast Carpool Karaoke, James Corden will reprise his role as host the Grammy Awards next year in New York.

CBS made the announcement at its upfront presentation in New York.

Late, Late Show host Corden, a Brit who made his Broadway debut in 2006 in The History Boys, took over from LL Cool J earlier this year after the rapper-actor’s five-year run as host. Corden hosted the Tony Awards in 2016.

The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on 1/28 from Madison Square Garden.

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