Taylor Swift, the renowned pop superstar, is set to attend the 2024 Grammy Awards but won't be performing live, disappointing her devoted fans.
Swift, aged 34 and nominated for six Grammys, has a tight schedule. Shortly after the Grammys, she embarks on back-to-back Eras Tour concerts in Tokyo, starting on Feb. 7 and concluding on Feb. 10.
Following the Tokyo concerts, Swift will continue her Eras Tour, making stops in Australia, Asia, and Europe throughout the summer. The tour will then return to the U.S. and Canada in the fall.
Swift is vying for six Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for "Midnights," and nominations for "Anti-Hero" in categories like Best Pop Solo Performance, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.
If Swift secures the Album of the Year category, she will make history as the first artist to win this prestigious award four times.
The Grammy Awards align closely with the Super Bowl, creating a scheduling conflict. Swift's boyfriend, Travis Kelce, a Kansas City Chiefs tight end, disclosed that he won't be able to attend the Grammys due to Super Bowl LVIII preparations.
Despite the scheduling conflict, Kelce expressed his wish to support Swift at the Grammys and cheer for her victories. However, the Super Bowl preparations take precedence during this busy weekend.
The Super Bowl LVIII is set to happen on Feb. 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, featuring the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers in the championship game.
Kelce highlighted the demands of practice and travel leading up to the Super Bowl, preventing him from joining Swift at the Grammys.
Despite the constraints, Kelce emphasized his desire to witness Swift's success at the Grammys, illustrating a supportive stance during these eventful times.