Trevor Noah reveals the picture he wants to be displayed at his funeral
Comedian Trevor Noah has taken to his social media to reveal that he wants a photograph from the recent Grammy Awards to be displayed at his funeral.
The SA-born comedian recently hosted the 64th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, where internationally-acclaimed DJ Black Coffee made history by bagging the award for the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for his album Subconsciously.
Taking to Twitter, Trevor revealed that the snap of him with the Korean group should be used as the picture at his funeral.
He said there is no need for words just the picture is enough and urges people who might have other angles of the moment to feel free to use it as well.
“At my funeral, please don’t use words. Just show this pic. Well, I mean, if you have other angles of this moment feel free to use those as well,” Trevor joked with the hashtag “best night ever”.
We’re going to be keeping people’s names out of our mouths,” said Grammys host Trevor Noah during his opening monologue to maybe his biggest laugh line and huge applause. Ironically, if Noah is good to his word, it may be the last time he mentions the fracas.
Shortly thereafter Questlove, whose Summer of Soul Oscars win happened in the wake of Smith’s outburst, stepped up to present the Grammy, and joked to the audience, “I trust that you people will stay 500 feet away.”
Earlier, in the pre-show, nominated comedian Nate Bargatze was the first presenter at the 63rd Grammy Awards to make reference to the awards-show elephant in the room: Will Smith slapping Chris Rock last Sunday at the Oscars.