Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Billie Eilish won the Grammy Awards in the biggest categories on Sunday night. Swift won Best Album, Cyrus won Best Recording, and Eilish won Best Song.
As for Cyrus, who won the award thanks to her great success Flowers He won, and it was his first Grammy. She also won the Best Pop Solo Performance award for the same song. The singer sang the song live during the concert.
Swift managed to break another record during the Grammy Awards. The singer is the first artist to win the Best Album award for the fourth time. She won the award before it was published in late 2022 midnight. She previously received the award folklore (2021), 1989 (2015) in fearless (2010).
he met midnight It also won a Grammy Award this year for Best Pop Album. The singer took the opportunity to announce new music. Her album is scheduled to be released on April 19 Section of tortured poets.
Eilish wins the awards for best song and soundtrack
Eilish also won twice on Sunday night. Her number What are you made for? from BarbieThe film won the award for Best Song and Best Original Song. “I looked at all the faces here and thought I didn't have a chance,” the singer said in her acceptance speech about the other nominees.
Singer SZA, who was the favorite with no less than nine nominations, was unable to win in the largest categories. However, she eventually went home with three Grammy Awards. She received awards for Best Joint Pop Performance (Ghost in the machine With Phoebe Bridgers), Best R&B Song (Nap) and Best Progressive R&B Album (SOS).
Three Grammy Awards for Victoria Monet and Phoebe Bridgers
R&B singer Victoria Monet also won three Grammy Awards, including the Best New Artist category. Singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers received four awards. She has won three as part of the Boygenius group and one in collaboration with SZA.
In addition to SZA, Swift, Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo and Jon Batiste were also nominated in all major categories. They had to do without awards. Lana Del Rey, who was nominated five times, also left empty-handed.
The show was hosted by comedian Trevor Noah for the fourth time in a row this year. This 66th edition was performed by Joni Mitchell, Dua Lipa, Burna Boy, Eilish, Luke Combs, Travis Scott, Rodrigo, Billy Joel, and others.
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