Music insiders state the genuine explanation Taylor Swift didn’t go to the Grammys is they wouldn’t ensure she’d win Song of the Year.
Various sources have affirmed that Swift’s group conversed with show fat cats a couple of days before the live occasion and said that Swift would possibly visit and perform if she somehow managed to win a major Grammy.
Yet, Swift’s group was advised the champs are not known to those arranging the show, and they would not twist the guidelines for her.
“Her team called and wanted to be assured that she would win the Grammy. And while it wasn’t an explicit demand, they certainly were fishing to find out if Taylor was a winner. It was understood in the conversation that if she’s not winning, she’s not coming to the Grammys,” one insider said.
Another music insider stated, “It’s widely known in the industry that [Swift’s team] called to find out if she was getting a Grammy, they wouldn’t tell her, so she didn’t go. It’s not uncommon [for an artist] to want to know. And everyone knows Taylor loves to win, win, win.”
However a representative for Swift stated, “I am on the record: These statements by anonymous, unidentified ‘sources’ are absolutely 100 percent false and laughable. She just didn’t go to the Grammys. You guys need to calm down.”
Quick was likewise designated for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance. She lost the pined for Song of the Year to Billie Eilish.
There was additionally buzz that the artist was fighting the show after expelled Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan asserted that its general guidance had explicitly irritated her and that Grammy votes were fixed.
Grammys maker Ken Ehrlich, who held a spot in the show for Swift on the off chance that she decided to go, told Variety there had been discussions with Swift’s group.
“One of her representatives called and said, specifically, that she wanted to do the show for me. And then it was not confirmed … I’m really not at liberty to go into why ultimately she did not confirm … but I understood her reasoning, let’s just say that,” he said.