"I love that song," Trevor Noah says Sunday night. "It takes me back, like way back to when Trump wasn't president."
Music's biggest night was jam-packed with performances, but still found time for a few comedic moments, thanks to Dave Chappelle, host James Corden, Trevor Noah and, yes, Blue Ivy, who was caught scolding her famous parents!
See the seven funniest moments of the 2018 Grammy Awards below.
Dave Chappelle's PSA
Dave Chappelle interrupted Kendrick Lamar's opening performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards to remind the audience "that the only thing more frightening than watching a black man be honest in America, is being an honest black man in America."
He later picked up a trophy for Best Comedy Album.
Jim Gaffigan's Shoutout to Elton John
Jim Gaffigan -- nominee for Best Comedy Album -- took the stage to present a performance by Little Big Town.
"Thank you, thank you. I've never heard of me either," he said jokingly. "You know, it is an honor to be nominated for my third Grammy tonight for best comedy album, and I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm really looking forward to seeing Dave Chappelle win."
"I do think it was odd he had me write his acceptance speech, but it's great to have comedians here with the musicians," he continued. "We all have our different connections. I, personally, have a stronger connection with music: My father was in the group ABBA, and of course, my mother was Elton John. I love you, mom."
Sarah Silverman's Final Thoughts
Sarah Silverman was joined by former New York Giants star Victor Cruz to introduce Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, who performed "Despacito."
"Victor and I are presenting together for a very important reason -- to encourage you all to vote," she said. "We're kidding. We're totally kidding. Do what you wanna do. It's no big deal. The world is basically over anyway."
James Corden's Subway Karaoke
"Late Late Show" host James Corden, Shaggy and Bono gave "Carpool Karaoke" a New York twist by taking their talents underground in a segment called "Carpool Subway," but not everyone aboard was -- well -- on board with the impromptu performance.
Let's just say it didn't end well.
Trevor Noah's Message from Trump to JAY-Z
Trevor Noah took the stage after Bruno Mars and Cardi B slayed "Finesse" to present the award for Best Comedy Album.
"I love that song, man," the "Daily Show" host said. "I love that song. It takes me back, like way back to when Trump wasn't president. By the way, JAY-Z, he sent you a message. He said we should inform you."
ICYMI: this is what Donald tweeted earlier in the day:
Somebody please inform Jay-Z that because of my policies, Black Unemployment has just been reported to be at the LOWEST RATE EVER RECORDED!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 28, 2018
Celebrity Edition of 'Fire and Fury'
Ssome of the biggest names in music tried narrating Michael Wolff's explosive book about the president, "Fire & Fury."
Donald Trump critics like John Legend, Cher and Snoop Doog all tried reading some of the most salacious bits from the tell-all, before Cardi B read a passage about his alleged love of cheeseburgers. "I can't believe this. This how he lives his life?" she asked with a laugh.
But the big surprise was at the very end: Hillary Clinton, telling everyone about POTUS' supposed fear of being poisoned.
Blue Ivy's Strict Parenting Skills
During Camila Cabello's moving speech about Dreamers and immigration, cameras panned over to Beyonce and Jay-Z, who were being reprimanded by daughter Blue Ivy for clapping too excessively.
We know who wears the pants in this family!