Hope you had a great holiday break, Taylor Nation.
The Sparkly Dressed is up for her first award of 2014 tonight as the 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards take place at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. She is nominated for Favorite Country Artist. Strangely enough, that’s her only nomination. The Princess in Red has not been announced to perform or as a presenter. Whether she’ll attend or not is still up in the air.
On better news, Taylor Swift is announced as a performer for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.
Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s finally back in Canada, we spent most of our holidays sick and are still recovering. I’ll still be watching the People’s Choice awards at least to see Sara Bareilles perform. Strangely enough, this grammy-nominated singer-songwriter is not nominated for a People’s Choice award.
The red carpet pre-show will start at 8pm ET / 7pm CT on ustream. Hopefully, we’ll get to see the Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar arrive. If she does, it will be the very last minute.
Radio.com is being doing video articles on inside each of the Grammy nominations for Album of the Year. Here’s the one for Taylor Swift’s RED:
After tonight, T-Swizzle’s next nomination is for Best Original Song for “Sweeter Than Fiction” at the 71st Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 12.
Coming up on the Calendar!
- January 8, 2014: The 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards will be broadcast LIVE from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/delayed PT), on CBS.
- January 12: The 71st Golden Globe Awards. Taylor Swift is nominated for Best Original Song for “Sweeter than Fiction” from the soundtrack of the movie “One Chance”.
- January 26: The 56th Annual Grammy Awards will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The show will be broadcast live on CBS from 8–11:30 p.m. (ET/PT). Taylor Swift has four nominations:
- Album of the Year for RED.
- Best Country Album for RED.
- Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Highway Don’t Care” along with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.
- Best Country Song for “Begin Again”.