Taylor Swift has arrived at the 2024 Grammys, again proving she’ll never go out of style, as the music megastar is nominated for six awards. Swift graced the red carpet in a shimmering white corset gown, bejeweled from head to toe in layered necklaces, black gloves and red lip.
The musical genre-bending singer and songwriter is feted with six nominations, including one for the coveted record of the year award for Swift’s “Anti-Hero,” which recently surpassed a whopping one billion streams on Spotify.
Swift received nods for album of the year and best pop vocal album for “Midnights” and one for song of the year for “Anti-Hero” (where Swift is credited as both songwriter and co-producer with her longtime collaborator, Jack Antonoff). She’s also up for best pop solo performance (again for “Anti-Hero”) and hopes to take the stage with “Karma” collaborator Ice Spice with a nomination for best pop duo/group performance.
Swift could win her first song of the year trophy after a record-breaking seventh nomination, which makes her the most nominated songwriter in the category ever (and thus also the most nominated songwriter without a win). She could break her tie with Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra — who each have three Grammy wins already — to become the sole record holder for the most album of the year wins ever.
So, what are her odds?
Well, she’s not out of the woods just yet. Variety is predicting she’ll take home Grammys for album of the year, pop vocal album and pop duo/group performance, but will fall short of winning a trophy for her highly sought-after record of the year as well as song of the year and pop solo.
The star posed with singer and songwriter Lana Del Ray who collaborated with Swift on her album.