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Oprah Winfrey, Christina Aguilera, Meryl Streep and More Stars to Present at 2024 Grammys

The 2024 Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, air live Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles

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Oprah Winfrey; Christina Aguilera; Meryl Streep

The 2024 Grammy Awards is getting even more star-studded.

On Wednesday, the Recording Academy announced a group of presenters — including Oprah Winfrey, Christina Aguilera and Meryl Streep — set to appear at the annual music awards show on Feb. 4.

Additional presenters for this year's Grammys include Lenny Kravitz, Maluma, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, Samara Joy, Taylor Tomlinson and more surprise guests.

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Lenny Kravitz; Maluma; Lionel Richie

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Hosted by Trevor Noah, the 2024 ceremony will be held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles and feature performances from artists including SZAJoni MitchellBillie Eilsh, Billy JoelDua Lipa, Luke CombsBurna BoyOlivia RodrigoTravis Scott and U2.

The ceremony itself will be a race between some of the year's biggest stars to take home an award. SZA led this year's nominations with eight, followed by Phoebe Bridgers, engineer Serban Ghenea and Victoria Monét, who received seven nods each. Behind them, Rodrigo, Eilish, Jack AntonoffJon BatisteboygeniusBrandy ClarkMiley Cyrus and Taylor Swift each garnered six nominations.

Noah, 39, recently spoke to PEOPLE ahead of his fourth year hosting the awards show and opened up about what he's learned from emceeing the show in the past.

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Miley Cyrus; Olivia Rodrigo; Billie Eilish; Taylor Swift

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"The first thing I've learned is that all your preparation is really just the parachute for what actually happens on the night because anything can happen, and every single year it somehow does," said the South African comedian.

"I've also learned that because it's a celebration of these musicians and what they've done, everyone is there to party and have a good time. So, as the host, I'm constantly navigating the room," continued Noah.

The former Daily Show host added, "In a weird way, I've come to understand, it's almost like I'm at a huge party, and I'm trying to work while I'm at the party. And then I've also learned to have a good time."

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Trevor Noah

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Noah described the Grammy Awards as "one of the best concerts in my opinion."

"I don't think there are many shows that can rival what the Grammys puts on in terms of a collection of artists," he said. "Where else are you going to get to watch Dua Lipa, Burna Boy, Billie Eilish, you name it, on the same stage? That's something I don't take for granted and really enjoy."

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