TV and Showbiz / 20-11-2019

Ariana Grande and Lizzo are moved to tears as they react to Grammy Award nominations on social media

They're crying because they love you.

Ariana Grande and Lizzo were among the top two artists recognized when nominations for the 2020 Grammy Awards were announced on Tuesday morning.

The 26-year-old Seven Rings hitmaker and 31-year-old Truth Hurts singer were both moved to tears as they lead the music stars reacting on social media.

Ariana Grande and Lizzo are moved to tears as they react to Grammy Award nominations on social media

Eyes on the prize: Ariana Grande and Lizzo were among the top two artists recognized when nominations for the 2020 Grammy Awards were announced on Tuesday morning

'crying. moved and honored.' The 26-year-old Seven Rings hitmaker was emotional upon hearing the news

'Im cryin... cuz I love you. Thank you': The 31-year-old Truth Hurts singer referenced one of her hit songs as she snapped a selfie on a plane and posted it onto her Instagram Story

Ariana garnered five nods for her musical talents, including Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year.

She reacted to the news on Twitter writing: 'crying. moved and honored. thank u @RecordingAcad.'

The former girlfriend of Pete Davidson also  took to Instagram to post a lengthy message to extender her gratitude toward her collaborators, friends, fans and fellow artists as she wrote: 'hello i had to share this here as well i’m sorry. thank u for acknowledging this music my beautiful best friends and i created in just a few weeks together. 

'the acknowledgement is truly enough on its own for me and my heart. thank u. pls allow me to bring literally all of my friends who worked on it to sit around me so they can make sure my heart is still beating lmao. 

Wow! Ariana garnered five nods for her musical talents, including Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year.

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God Is A Woman: Ariana was so excited that she shared several tweets centered around the nods

'so much love and gratitude. [ring emoji]  also also !!!! i have to say congratulations to all of my other friends that have been nominated this year for their brilliant work as well ! i cant wait to celebrate everyone together.'

Lizzo led the pack with eight nominations including Album Of The Year, Record, Song, New Artist and Best Pop Song Performance.

She referenced one of her hit songs as she snapped a selfie on a plane and posted it on to her Instagram Story with the caption: 'Im cryin... cuz I love you. Thank you'

Incredible achievement: Lizzo was the surprise frontrunner with EIGHT nominations to her name, including Album Of The Year, Record, Song, New Artist and Best Pop Song Performance

'We are all winners': Lizzo then continued by saying she's returning to the US to celebrate while also giving a shoutout to her fellow artists who were nominated

[i]'THIS HAS BEEN AN INCREDIBLE YEAR FOR MUSIC': Lizzo continued her outpouring of love on Twitter 

Lizzo then continued by saying she's returning to the US to celebrate while also giving a shoutout to her fellow artists who were nominated.

She said: 'Im on a flight to the states. Im finna drink champagne and cry happy tears of appreciation and love. We are all winners' 

Billie Eilish became the youngest ever artist to be given nods in four general field categories when the Grammy nominations were announced on Wednesday. 

The 17-year-old up for Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best New Artist - but received six nods in total, as did Lil Nas X, 20, - the leading male nominee.   

Grammy nominations: Billie Eilish, 17, has become the youngest nominee to receive four main category nods on Wednesday as she battles it out with Taylor, Beyonce and Ariana

 According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lizzo and Billie have also set another record between them. 

The site reports that this is the first time in Grammy history that two artists have been nominated in all four general field categories. Lizzo, Eilish and Lil Nas X are all first-time nominees.

Taylor Swift, 29, will be battling it out against Beyonce, 38, and Ariana Grande, 26, for Best Pop Solo Performance.  

An icon: Beyonce has been given five nominations including Best Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo 

Taylor was left out of the Best Album and Record of the Year Categories for her record, Lover, her seventh studio album, but earned four nods in total. 

Lover was released on August 23, 2019, by Republic Records. As the executive producer, Swift worked with producers Jack Antonoff, Joel Little, Louis Bell, Frank Dukes, and Sounwave on the album. She has won 10 Grammy awards so far.

In 2016, Swift made history when she became the first female artist in the awards' history to win album of the year twice, for 1989 and Fearless. 

Her album Reputation didn't get as much love - it earned just one nod in 2018 for Best Pop Vocal Album.   Lady Gaga has earned three nominations. Her A Star Is Born soundtrack was not eligible for last year's Grammys.  

The 62nd annual awards will air on CBS on January 26 and will be hosted by Alicia Keys, 38, who already has 15 Grammys to her name and hosted the show in 2019.  

Exciting news: Like Billie Eilish, the wonderful Lil Nas X has been nominated for six nods

Highs and lows: Taylor Swift has three nominations but her record, Lover, has been snubbed from the Album Of The Year category



20-11-2019 12:15, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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