The Grammys could be postponed indefinitely, but Trevor Noah isn’t letting the bad news kill his mood.
The former Grammy host is spending unforgettable moments in Cape Town with his girlfriend, Minka Kelly, and her South African friends.
One of Trevor’s friends, author Khaya Dlanga, shared a video of the couple dancing to C’hicco, Mellow and Sleazy’s hit song, “Nkao Tempela”.
Amapiano’s song was the biggest dance challenge of the summer. Some social media users joked that Minka had better moves than Trevor.
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Trevor’s best friend Anele Mdoda also shared a clip of him dancing to ‘Nkao Tempela’.
“When is the next season of the Jika Majika guys, we have a late entry @trevornoah – @tbangmoa playing the hype man,” she captioned the clip.
Some Instagram users have said that Trevor looked like he was doing the “chickenpox dance”.
“This is what happens when South Africans go too long …” another netizen joked.
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Trevor and his friends have rung the New Years Eve in Mother City. He started his vacation in South Africa with a birthday lunch at the Clos Malverne winery in Stellenbosch. The host of “The Daily Show” celebrated the birthday of his close friend Xolisa Dyeshana at the winery.
Media personality Sizwe Dhlomo also shared a video of friends bowling at GrandWest Casino.
Trevor was scheduled to host the Grammys this month, but organizers have decided to postpone the ceremony due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.
The awards ceremony was scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on January 31.
“After careful consideration and analysis with city and state officials, health and safety experts, the artist community and our many partners, the Recording Academy and CBS have postponed the 64th annual GRAMMY Awards.
“The health and safety of members of our music community, the live audience and the hundreds of people who work tirelessly to produce our show remain our top priority,” the Grammys said in a statement.
Trevor still has a lot to look forward to when he returns to America. His ‘Back to Abnormal World Tour’ will resume in a few weeks.
The 37-year-old will perform at Madison Square Garden in New York City.