Taylor Swift poses for a photograph.
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Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift looks back with a tinge of nostalgia at her first Grammy nomination 13 years ago, and she feels "pretty lucky" to still be a part of the night after all these years as a nominee.
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Swift — a onetime Grammys darling who hasn't won in five years — bagged a handful of nominations for releasing her surprise quarantine album "Folklore," a commercial and critical hit, and her song "Cardigan" is a contender for the Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo awards. Swift is also nominated in the category of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Exile" (featuring Bon Iver), and Best Song Written For Visual Media for "Beautiful Ghosts".
"I feel pretty lucky to still be a part of this night. I think the advice I would give myself when I was younger is probably to, when things get hard, always focus on how much I love music," the 31-year-old singer told Entertainment Tonight.
She opened up on a vital lesson she has learnt along the way in her years as a pop icon.
"People can reduce and criticise other elements. It sounds really, really simple, but loving the actual making of music and the playing of music is what I think has really helped me balance things," she said.
The Grammys were originally supposed to take place on Jan. 31 but were delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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