Taylor Swift at the 2024 Grammy Awards: All the latest rumors

Swift is nominated for six awards at the 66th annual Grammy Awards.
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Taylor Swift is nominated for six Grammys at the 2024 ceremony. She will be traveling to Japan to play four dates during the week after the Grammy Awards, but she is not set to play anywhere on Sunday, February 4, when the Grammys will be held. Does this mean that Swift might be performing at the Grammy Awards?

Unfortunately not, according to Entertainment Tonight. While ET did not have a full list of all the performers, they could report that Swift will definitely not be showcasing her talents in front of a global audience. But don't worry, Swifties. Not all is lost.

Swift is expected to make an appearance at the ceremony. Likely, she will be accepting an award or five. She is nominated for Pop Solo Performance for "Anti-Hero," Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Karma" - the song featured Ice Spice as well, Song of the Year and Record of the Year for "Anti-Hero," and Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year for Midnights. Surely, she will win at least one of those awards.

Taylor Swift not expected to perform at 2024 Grammy wards

CBS did tease its seating chart on TikTok, however. Swift appears to be sitting next Lana Del Rey. Del Rey and Swift collaborated on the song, "Snow on the Beach," from Swift's album, Midnights.

Her boyfriend, Travis Kelce of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, will not be accompanying Swift, however. Kelce's Chiefs are supposed to be in Las Vegas, Nevada already preparing for Super Bowl LVIII. The Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers for the championship. Swift will have no part in the game other than most likely being there to cheer on Kelce.

Taylor Swift has 12 Grammy Awards wins already in her career and has been nominated for a total of 52. If she wins Album of the Year that will be the fourth time she has won the award. That will be an all-time high for a solo artist.

The Grammy Awards will be broadcast on February 4 beginning at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) on CBS. You can also stream the event on Paramount+ with SHOWTIME as long as you have a subscription. E! will carry the red carpet activities beginning at 4 pm ET, but most performers probably won't arrive until much later than that. Also, we can all hope ET is wrong and Swift does end up performing.

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