With the award season in full swing, the 2023 Grammys is also here. It aired live from Los Angeles on Sunday, February 5 at 7 pm EST on CBS and Paramount Plus.
Artists like Harry Styles, Kendrick Lamar, and Adele all took home big prizes at the 65th annual Grammy Awards. Talking about the nominations, Beyoncé was leading the pack with nine Grammy nods majorly for the album Renaissance.
Likewise, Taylor Swift won the Grammy for Best Music Video but much to fans’ dismay, her album Midnights wasn’t even nominated for AOTY despite speculations.
It is indeed quite disheartening for both Taylor Swift and Beyoncé fans to see no SOTY and AOTY Grammy for the artists.
No AOTY Grammy for Beyoncé
anyways even though beyonce was robbed AOTY she still made history as the most awarded grammy artist in history
This is why I don’t support the Grammy’s. Snubbing Beyoncé again for AOTY is insane
As a result, the Recording Academy has come under displeased fans’ scrutiny for not honoring Beyoncé with the AOTY. While others are convinced that Grammy has intentionally snubbed her for the same.
We recently saw how the Beyoncé Ticketmaster presale via the O2 Priority app became a mess. Fans are now targeting Ticketmaster because of the recent Grammy incident.
Recording Academy criticized for no SOTY Grammy for Taylor Swift
so taylor is never getting SOTY and beyonce is never getting AOTY … @RecordingAcad i’m in ur walls
If Taylor was Grammy darling then she should have won SOTY for her magnus opus song
Taylor Swift’s fans are furious and are taking up the Recording Academy after Ticketmaster as she didn’t take home the SOTY award at the Grammys.
It also reminds us of the Ticketmaster fiasco where the access text code was not arriving for Taylor Swift Presale.
Do let us know what you think of the alleged snub of artists like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé for the SOTY and AOTY Grammy Awards in the comment section below.
We’ll keep tabs on the latest developments and update the article accordingly.
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