Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a renowned figure in the world of professional wrestling and maintains a strong connection to the industry despite his flourishing career in Hollywood. Being such a huge name, it comes as no surprise that he presents awards from time to time. In fact, The Rock will be the presenter for this year’s Grammy awards.

The Great One transcends all forms of pop culture as he continues to be an icon in every medium imaginable. He has been appearing on Awards shows for more than a decade now and fans love to see him as well.

The Recording Academy took to Twitter and officially announced that Dwayne Johnson will be a presenter at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards, which will air on February 5,

The Rock lent his powerful voice to the hit song “You’re Welcome” from the soundtrack of the animated movie ‘Moana’. In 2021, his rap in “Face Off” by Tech N9ne received widespread attention and went viral on social media. Additionally, he was featured in “It Doesn’t Matter” by Wyclef Jean, further showcasing his musical abilities. The Rock also took to Twitter and commented on the news.

An absolute honor to present the most prestigious award in music. 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

Viola Davis, Shania Twain, Olivia Rodrigo, James Corden, Cardi B, Judy Collins, and Amanda Gorman were also named as presenters. The Rock also reacted to Kansas City player Travis Kelce using his catchphrase. We’ll have to see what’s next in store for The Rock.

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