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She was laying on a bed of vibrant green AstroTurf when she first appeared at Grammys 2021.
Taylor Swift opened her refreshingly low-key awards show medley with “Cardigan,” from her surprise 2020 release, the offbeat “folklore” — a collaboration with writer-producers Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner.
Swift, 31, quickly morphed into an amber-lighted singer-songwriter diva with “August,” followed by an equally naturalistic “Willow.”
It’s been 13 years since Swift earned her first-ever Grammy nod, for Best New Artist.
She was 18 years old when she lost that 2008 trophy to the late Amy Winehouse — but she’s racked up an impressive run of Grammy wins over the years, including two Album of the Year trophies, for 2010’s “Fearless” and 2016’s “1989.”
Now, Swift is nominated for six 2021 Grammys: She’s in the running for Album Of The Year, Best Pop Vocal Album (“folklore”), Song Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance (“Cardigan”) and Best Song Written For Visual Media (“Beautiful Ghosts” from 2019’s soundtrack to the doomed film “Cats”).
“It’s pretty wild how much time has passed since my first Grammy nomination. I still feel pretty lucky to still be a part of this night,” Swift told ET during a rehearsal break earlier this week. “I think the advice I would give myself when I was younger is probably to, when things get hard, always focus in on how much I love music.”
If she takes the top prize, Swift would become the first woman to win Album of the Year three times.
Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon are among the few male performers who have won album of the year three times. Behind-the-scenes talents have also won the award three times, including superstar songwriter-producers Phil Ramone, Ryan Tedder, David Foster and more.
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