Tour rehearsals aren't stopping Taylor Swift from attending the 2023 Grammy Awards

The 2023 Grammys could be a relatively quiet ceremony for Taylor Swift. During the 2023 eligibility period, the singer has only released "Red" (Taylor's Version) , a re-recording of her 2012 album "Red," which was nominated for a Grammy for Album of the Year. But that didn't stop her from racking up an impressive four nominations, including Song of the Year for "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)," leaving fans wondering if Swift would be attending the music night, or even maybe Performance. So when she showed up on the Grammys red carpet on February 5, it was an added treat.

On January 26, Hits Daily Double reported that Swift is one of several A-list nominees who do not plan to perform at the 2023 Grammy Awards, although those decisions have not yet been finalized. According to Variety , Swift will definitely not perform at the awards show. However, on February 1, HDD claimed that Swift had reportedly been confirmed for the show and that producers were still in talks with her to potentially perform. The Recording Academy has not announced any official plans for Swift to appear on the show.

Swift last attended the Grammys in 2021, when she won her record-breaking third album of the year trophy for "Folklore." During the show, she performed Song of the Year nominee "Cardigan," fan favorite "August" and the Evermore single with collaborators Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff A medley of "Willow".

If Swift chooses to do so, she has every reason to skip the Grammys entirely, as she's currently rehearsing for her anticipated Eras tour, which kicks off on March 17 Arizona State kicks off. The singer even missed out on the 2023 Golden Globes for the same reason, although he was nominated for Best Original Song for "Carolina" from When the Crawdads Sing .

In addition to song of the year, Swift is nominated for best music video for the short film "All Too Well," best song for visual media for "Carolina," and best country duo/duo for "I Bet You Think About." Nominated for group performance. Me" and Chris Stapleton. Her new album "Midnights" was not eligible for a nomination because it was released in October 2022 after the Sept. 30 deadline. However, "Midnights" and its hit The single and multi-week No. 1 hit "Anti-Hero" was already announced this November as an early front-runner for a 2024 Grammy Award nomination.