Taylor Swift won't hit the red carpet or be on stage to accept any Grammys (if she wins) this Sunday.
Swift is also up for best pop solo performance for "You Need to Calm Down" and best pop vocal album for "Lover."
But her absence is not that surprising. Swift didn't attend the 2017, 2018 or 2019 awards shows either, last appearing at the Grammys in 2016 when she performed her "1989" single "Out of the Woods."
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And Swifties were upset that Swift's "Lover" didn't receive more nominations this year, including a coveted album of the year nod. But Swift didn't appear to be bothered.
"LOVER IS NOMINATED FOR SONG OF THE YEAR AT THE GRAMMYS!" Swift said on her Instagram Story in November. "Wrote this one alone in a quiet moment and seeing it honored in the song of the year category by my peers means so much, wow...3 noms guys!"
USA TODAY has reached out to Swift's rep for comment.
Although it's not clear why Swift will skip the Grammys, her absence may have to do with her busy schedule. The world premiere of her and director Lana Wilson's new documentary "Miss Americana," opened the Sundance Film Festival Thursday night. She also recently opened up about her mother's health, revealing her mom Andrea, who has been battling cancer, also has a brain tumor.
The Grammys has also been rocked with scandal this week.
Ousted Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan stated she has "evidence" that the Grammy Awards process is "ripe with corruption," during an appearance on "Good Morning America" Thursday.
The allegation follows Dugan's explosive discrimination complaint against the academy filed Tuesday, in which she alleges unlawful gender discrimination, sexual harassment, unlawful retaliation and unequal pay.
Dugan alleges that in last year's voting, an artist who had a low-ranking song that shouldn’t have been a contender ended up with a nomination because they are represented by a member of the academy’s board.
The Recording Academy has stated Dugan's allegations about the voting processes are "utterly untrue," adding the academy has "rigorous and well-publicized" protocols for ensuring fair voting.
Swift has won a total of 10 Grammy Awards throughout her career, including album of the year in 2016 for "1989" and in 2010 for "Fearless."
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