The Rock will be involved with The GRAMMY Awards.
In a tweet, Recording Academy announced that Dwayne Johnson will be a presenter at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards, which will air on February 5. Johnson is no stranger to the wrestling world, as he sang "You're Welcome", the popular song that was part of the soundtrack for 'Moana'. His rap in ""Face Off"" by Tech N9ne memorably went viral in 2021. He was also featured in "It Doesn't Matter" by Wyclef Jean.
Johnson commented on the news and stated that he is honored to present the most prestigious award in music. He playfully noted that he will be breaking out the (Teremana) tequila a little early.
An absolute honor to present the most prestigious award in music.— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) February 1, 2023
What a stage.
What a night.
What a celebration of music and amazing performances!
Join us THIS SUN!
*breakin’ out the tequila early ----@CBS @RecordingAcad #GRAMMYS https://t.co/kKPZsDjY4F
Viola Davis, Shania Twain, Olivia Rodrigo, James Corden, Cardi B, Judy Collins, and Amanda Gorman were also named as presenters.
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