Harry tipped for Grammy for voicing own despair in Spare audiobook

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Prince Harry has been tipped to win a Grammy Award for voicing his tell-all memoir Spare. The Duke of Sussex released his memoir on January 10 and Spare soon became the fastest-selling non-fiction book since UK records began. However, there is now reportedly a chance the father-of-two could win a Grammy Award for his audiobook recording.

The prospect of Prince Harry winning a music industry award was discussed by Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie on the Royally Obsessed podcast.

Ms Fiorito said: “Someone in our listener emails actually pointed out the Grammys – because I guess you can win an award for audiobook readings.

“So next year maybe we will see Spare nominated.

“That would be wild, absolutely wild.”

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Ms Bowie added: “I would be so excited.”

Prince Harry’s memoir Spare includes a more than 15-hour audio recording narrated by the Duke himself.

The father-of-two’s audiobook also included several attempts at different accents, including Scottish and American.

A segment of Spare was also mocked at last month’s 65th edition of the Grammy Awards.

Trevor Noah, who was hosting the annual award ceremony, was the dig while praising British TV host James Corden.

He said: “James Corden is a 12-time Emmy winner and the host of The Late Late Show.

“He’s also living proof that a man can move from London to LA and not tell everyone about his frost-bitten penis.”

Prince Harry revealed he suffered from having a frost-bitten penis following a 200-mile expedition to the North Pole in March 2011.

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The Grammy’s first hnded out an award for best audio book, narration and storytelling recording in 1959.

Previous winners have included ex-Presidents Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter.

Former First Ladies Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama have also taken home the top prize.

American actress and producer Viola Davis won the award in 2023 for her reading of Finding Me.

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