Taylor Swift wins “Album of the Year” Award four times in a row

Kajal Kashyap
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With six nominations under her belt, pop icon Taylor Swift has once again slayed with her elegance at the 2024 Grammy Awards. Taylor Swift, the pop singer, 34, celebrated her victory by winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year for her 2022 project Midnights. Celine Dion presented the award to Swift.

At Sunday’s awards presentation, backstage, the two celebrities Taylor Swift and  Céline Dion, a 55-year-old pop singer, were caught hugging each other. Swift put her arm over Dion to put her hand on her shoulder in the endearing picture, and the two leaned their heads against one other. 

Swift looked stunning on the red carpet in a glittering Schiaparelli Couture white corset gown. She wore necklaces that covered her neckline, along with black gloves and a crimson lip. The singer of “My Heart Will Go On” wore a burnt orange coat with a light pink gown, and the two of them appeared to be having a little twinning moment because they both had thigh-high cuts and stunning wrapped fabric.

As the first artist to ever win Album of the Year four times, the “Anti-Hero” singer ultimately made history by winning the Album of the Year for the projects, Midnights, Fearless, 1989, and Folklore.

The musically versatile singer-songwriter was honored with six nominations, one of which is for Swift’s “Anti-Hero,” which just exceeded one billion Spotify plays. This song is a strong contender for record of the year.

Swift garnered nominations for Song of the Year for “Anti-Hero,” which she co-produced with her long-term partner Jack Antonoff, and for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for “Midnights.” Additionally, she is nominated for best pop solo performance again for “Anti-Hero” and plans to play live with Ice Spice, her partner on “Karma,” for best pop duo/group performance.

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