Grammys 2023: Fans are buzzing after Trevor Noah teases top secret surprises!
Los Angeles, California - This year's Grammys host Trevor Noah got music fans buzzing after he teased a surprise performance from a "favorite" female artist.
The 65th Annual Grammy Awards are just days away, and several of the hottest names in music - including Bad Bunny, Harry Styles, and Lizzo - have already been confirmed as performers.
But that's not all!
The 38-year-old comedian revealed to the PEOPLE Every Day podcast that there are two additional surprise performances in the works.
Noah spoke quite highly of the top secret performers.
"One of your favorite performers is a woman, and that woman is going to be performing at the Grammys," he said. "Then one of your other favorite performers is a man, and that man is going to be performing at the Grammys.
"And you're going, 'Oh, but that could be anyone.' But you know, it's not anyone, though, because you've been listening to their album the whole year, and it's been huge."
Naturally, the former Daily Show star's hints have sparked a flood of theories as fans attempt to uncover the mystery.
Who are the surprise performers at this year's Grammy Awards?
For the female performer, most fans are guessing its either Beyoncé or Taylor Swift.
Swifties have put forth some rather wild theories about what the 33-year-old artist may have in store, including speculation that she may finally confirm the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version) at the awards ceremony.
As for Queen Bey, the 41-year-old would be quite the surprise, and she's one of the most-nominated artists at the ceremony. If she preformed a track off her top-nominated album Renaissance, it would be the first time she's done any of the songs live, and a sneak peek at her upcoming Renaissance World Tour.
However, another potential pick is Miley Cyrus. Rumors are swirling that she and her band were rehearsing earlier this week, which might mean she plans to debut her hit single Flowers live at the Grammys.
The surprise male performer remains a tougher nut to crack.
Though it's now been confirmed, Styles' performance was not included in the original line-up of Grammys performers, and was instead revealed through a promo aired during the NFL's AFC Championship game. So, it's possible that Noah thought to hide the performance while speaking on the podcast.
Yet, nominee Kendrick Lamar is another huge possibility to show up and show out.
All will be revealed on music's biggest night this Sunday, February 5, broadcast live on CBS.
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