2023 Grammys: Trevor Noah hilariously mocks Prince Harry over viral frostbite story
Trevor Noah, who was in charge of the Grammys in Los Angeles on Sunday night, made a funny joke about one of Prince Harry’s most talked-about reveals.
Noah, who is 38 years old, made fun of the Duke of Sussex for saying in his new autobiography, Spare, that he had a “frost bitten todger.”
As the host of the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, the comedian made a sly joke about the duke as he brought British actor James Corden on stage to give an award. Beyoncé’s win was the first time anyone had ever won an award at the Grammys.
Noah said, “James Corden is the host of The Late Late Show and has won 12 Emmys.” He also said, “He’s living proof that a man can move from London to Los Angeles and not tell everyone about his frost-bitten todger.”
Noah’s funny jab got a lot of attention on the internet. People wrote about it on social media, saying, “A lot of people didn’t hear Trevor Noah’s joke about Prince Harry, which was funny.
“Did Trevor Noah just say something bad about Prince Harry when he introduced James Corden?” added someone else.
“It was the best part of the whole ceremony for me,” a third person wrote.
Others said that Prince Harry would laugh at the joke, saying, “I’m sure Harry thought it was funny. One fan wrote, “He has a good sense of humour.”