Dua Lipa is up for an exciting 6 Grammys at the 2021 awards show. See her response to finding out about the huge success.
Dua Lipa found out on Tuesday, day Nov. 24. And that she got six nominations for the 2021 Grammy Awards. Fortunately, the world got to find out besides the pop sensation. And as she surprised with her designations on camera thankfulness to the Recording Acadamy’s Chair. And also Interim President/CEO Harvey Mason Jr.
Harvey overwhelmed Dua with the news. And also she instantly started to tear up with recognition at the exciting announcement. After thanking her for attending to announce some of the other designations. And he let Dua in on the account. And she replied in shock before wiping her tears away. “You’re joking?” she asked before thanking him for the honour.Credit: AFP/Getty Images
The great race of nominees to look forward!
Beyoncé heads the field, with nine nominations overall. And also including four for Black Parade. And a demonstration anthem released at the height of the Black Lives Matter rallies this summer.
Swift, with six nods, could acquire album of the year. The album for a record-breaking third term with her lockdown album Folklore. Dua Lipa also struck up to six nominations for the disco-tinged Future Nostalgia.
This doesn’t feel real!!!!! 6 GRAMMY NOMS!!! WHAT IS THIS LIFE!!!! I CAN’T BELIEVE IT!!! 6!!!!! MY HEART IS RACING AND IM IN TOTAL SHOCK! IM BEAMING AND FIZZING!!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE LOVE AND THE SUPPORT! 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 THANK YOU @RECORDINGACAD !!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/f1vUOVqOLU
— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) November 24, 2020
The British star, who was nominated best new artist by the Grammys two years ago. And still, he was also on the ability to read out some of the nominees. Even including best children’s album. And best of the best historical album – in an online Livestream.
There is better news for Billie Eilish. And she who picked up various nominations for her single Everything I Wanted. And also as well as her Debenture theme No Time To Die.
The 18-year-old created history earlier this year by becoming the first female singer. Artist to influence all four of the Grammys top categories – best new artist, the song of the year, a record of the year and best album.