Taylor Swift Wins Best Pop Vocal Album at 2016 Grammys
Taylor Swift picks up her first award at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Her album, 1989 won in the Best Pop Vocal Album, announced before the live telecast on Monday (February 15).
Since she's still getting ready for her opening performance at tonight's show, Taylor enlisted Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff, who produced "Out of the Woods," on 1989 to accept the award on her behalf.
After walking off the stage with the shiny award, Jack expressed his excitement on Twitter.
"1989 just won pop vocal album!!!! accepted it with t on the phone :) albums made in small apartments win grammys. into it @taylorswift13," he tweeted.
She's into it, too:
Taylor beat Kelly Clarkson's Piece by Piece, Florence + The Machine's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, Mark Ronson's Uptown Special and James Taylor's Before This World. This is her eighth Grammy win, and we're sure it won't be the last one tonight.
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