Taylor Swift Makes Grammy History Again With ‘All Too Well’

Florence Carmela

She's still breaking records in 2023! Taylor Swift made Grammy Award's history with her number one single ‘All Too Well’ Sunday night. This is nothing new for the songstress. She is used to making awards show history. The Grammy-nominated "All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)" is believed to be heavily inspired by her tumultuous breakup with Movie Star Jake Gyllenhaal.

According to New York Post "In 2021, the “Anti-Hero” singer became the first woman to win the Album of the Year Grammy three times. Last August, she became the first artist to take home Video of the Year three times at the MTV Video Music Awards. And in November, she broke her own record for the most American Music Awards victories, extending her trophy haul from 34 to 40."

"Now, at the 2023 Grammy Awards — which will be held at the Crypo.com Arena on Sunday night — the 33-year-old pop superstar is making a different kind of history. With her Song of the Year nomination for “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film),” Swift has become the first artist to get a nod in the prestigious category for revamping one of her old songs."

"When first released on her “Red” album in 2012, “All Too Well” was five minutes long, but when Swift re-recorded this take for 2021’s “Red (Taylor’s Version),” she restored the song to its original 10-minute length with additional lyrics and musical elements."

The Grammy Awards returned live on CBS February 5th at The Los Angeles's Crypto.com Arena.

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Florence Carmela is an Entertainment Writer and Interviewer. She covers Celebrities in the Media and the latest in Pop Culture, Lifestyle Trends, Culinary Arts and Local News. She is also Host of The Forum Celebrity Podcast and is a Verified Journalist on Muck Rack.

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