The Grammys announced their nominations Tuesday, and Taylor Swift is ready to “scream for ten straight minutes.” She posted an Instagram Story to celebrate All Too Well being nominated for Song of the Year. (Also read: Grammy Awards 2023: See the full list of nominees)
“So many reasons to lose my mind today,” the pop singer began, “All Too Well 10 is the song I’m most proud of, of everything I’ve ever written.” Taylor isn’t new to the Grammys, having won Album of the Year three times, but never in the Song of the Year category, which she noted in the story saying, “The fact that it’s nominated for Song of the Year at the Grammy, an award I’ve never won, that honors songwriting…it’s momentous and surreal.”
Taylor also went ahead to mention her co-writer Liz Rose in the making of All Too Well, saying she had just gotten off the phone and “remembered how we started writing together when I was 14.” Taylor further added: “She believed in me then and we are nominated together now. It’s so cute I can’t stand it.”
Taylor Swift’s nomination for Song of the Year this year marks her sixth in the category, without a single win. She had previously been nominated in the Cardigan category in 2021, Lover in 2020, Blank Space in 2016, Shake It Off in 2015 and You Belong With Me in 2010.
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