Taylor Swift is making Grammy Awards history tonight!
The 31-year-old singer picked up the award for Album of the Year for Folklore during the event on Sunday night (March 14) in downtown Los Angeles.
Taylor‘s win makes her the first female artist to ever win the award for Album of the Year three times, following her wins in 2010 for Fearless and 2016 for 1989. She now has a total of 11 Grammy Awards.
For the acceptance speech, Taylor was joined on stage by her producers and engineers, Jack Antonoff, Aaron Dessner, Jonathan Low, and Laura Sisk.
Taylor gave some shout-outs to big celebs in her life while accepting the award.
“I wanna thank… Joe, the first person I play every single song that I write. I had the best time writing songs with you in quarantine,” she said, referencing her boyfriend Joe Alwyn. He wrote several songs on the album with her!
She also gave a shout-out to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. She said, “I’d like to thank James, Inez, and Betty, whose parents are the second and third people I play every song I write for.”
Earlier in the night, fans reacted to Taylor‘s delight when this other person won an award!
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