Swift is, of course, in the running for six awards including album of the year for Midnights. If she wins, she will be the first artist in history to win that award—the ceremony’s most prestigious—four times (currently she is tied with Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, and Frank Sinatra for the most wins, with three). She last won the top prize for Folklore in 2021.
Taylor Swift is also up for record of the year and song of the year for “Anti-Hero,” best pop vocal album for Midnights, best pop solo performance for “Anti-Hero,” and best pop duo/group performance for “Karma” featuring Ice Spice (got all that?). And she’s actually never won the award for record of the year so if she does, that will be another big moment in Swiftian history.
Sadly, this Sunday we will not be treated to a Tayvis (or is it Trav-lor?) moment, as we have so many previous Sundays this year. Swift’s BF Travis Kelce is unable to make the awards show because he’s practicing for something called the Super Bowl? Not sure what that is, lame!