It seems like Taylor Swift is always walking away from the Grammys with an arm full of awards. It’s because she usually wins … a lot. The well-decorated singer has been attending music’s biggest night since her first nomination in 2007. With her six successful studio albums, the songstress has taken home a whopping 10 Grammys, and we’re sure she’s not stopping there.
Including her 10 wins, the 29-year-old has actually been nominated a total of 32 times. Surprisingly, that’s not the most in history. The top Grammy winner of all time, late conductor Georg Solti, holds the record for 31 awards won. The pop queen still has a long way to go!
This year, the songstress is named in one category — Best Pop Vocal Album for Reputation. She’s facing off against Camila Cabello (Camila), Kelly Clarkson (Meaning of Life), Ariana Grande (Sweetener), Shawn Mendes (Shawn Mendes) and Pink (Beautiful Trauma). A seriously tough category.
This is a light year for the “Dress” singer, but she still may need to make room in her display case. Although she was nominated last year, the Pennsylvania native hasn’t gotten a coveted trophy since 2015. Keep scrolling to reminisce over her past 10 wins below.
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