Taylor Swift may miss 2023 Golden Globes due to tour rehearsals

Taylor Swift has won 11 Grammy Awards and an Emmy Award, but has yet to win a Golden Globe. That may change at the 2023 Golden Globe Awards on January 10, when she's nominated for Best Original Song for "Carolina," the haunting ballad she wrote with Folklore collaborator Aaron Dessner. Created and co-produced the film "Where the the" produced by Reese Witherspoon. The crayfish sings . Naturally, this has fans wondering if Swift will attend the 2023 Golden Globes and possibly even perform at the ceremony.

Swift has yet to confirm whether she will attend the Golden Globes. On January 5, Variety magazine reported that "multiple sources" said she "may attend." However, the outlet has now updated the report, saying that while the "Enchanted" singer was initially "inclined to go," it may not end up happening. Swift revealed that day that rehearsals for her upcoming Eras tour have officially begun, which may prevent her from making an appearance.

Don't expect a performance if Swift changes her mind at the last minute and joins the show. Unlike the Oscars, the Golden Globes have historically not allowed artists to perform at the ceremony even if they are nominated, likely due to limited space at the Los Angeles Beverly Hilton hotel where the show will take place.

The songwriter has been nominated for three Golden Globe Awards ahead of 2023, all in the Best Original Song category. Her first nomination was for "Safe & Sound," a song she wrote for "The Hunger Games" with "Civil War" in 2012, but lost out to Adele for "Safe & Sound" from the James Bond film of the same name. Skyfall". She was also nominated in 2013 for "Sweeter Than Fiction" from One Chance , which was beaten by "Ordinary Love" from U2's Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom , and in 2020 for "Cats" with Lloyd Webber was nominated for "Beautiful Ghosts," which Andrew co-wrote, but Elton John won for Rocketman 's "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" Trophy.

This year, Swift faces stiff competition in the best original song category, going up against superstars Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Riri is nominated for "Lift Me Up," her tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman in "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," while Gaga is up for "Hold My Hand." , the power ballad she wrote for Top Gun: Maverick . Other nominees include Alexandre Desplat for “Ciao Papa” for Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pinocchio ,” and MM Keeravani for "Naatu Naatu" by "RRR" .

The pop stars may face off again at the Academy Awards on March 12, as all three songs are shortlisted in the Academy Awards' Best Original Song category. If they're nominated on January 24, it would mark Swift and Rihanna's first Oscar nominations, with Gaga following her 2019 win for best original song for "Shallow" from A Star Is Born . Nominated for an Oscar for the fourth time.