Watch: 2021 GRAMMY Nominees Dazzle the E! Glambot
Congratulations are in order!
For starters, Soul composer Jon Batiste leads the way with 11 total nominations. But not close behind, Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and H.E.R each earned eight nominations. Finally, credit has to be given for newcomer Olivia Rodrigo, who could walk away with seven awards when music's biggest night arrives next year.
As for the highly coveted Record of the Year award, it's a fierce race with Doja, Justin, Jon and Olivia joining Brandi Carlile, ABBA, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Silk Sonic and Lil Nas X in the special category.
History was also made when Jay-Z became the most Grammy-nominated artist in history, breaking his tie with Quincy Jones.
Ultimately, nomination day isn't the day to play favorites. Instead, it's all about celebrating musicians from a variety of genres who received recognition from the Recording Academy.
Keep scrolling to see how stars reacted to their special Grammy nominations. And mark your calendars for the 2022 Grammys at Crypto.com Arena on Jan. 31, 2022.
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"I'm speechless!" the Best New Artist nominee shared. "I wish I had the words to express how I feel right now. I'm just so grateful! Being acknowledged for all of the hard work that me and my team have been doing feels AMAZING. Thank you to Team Icy for sticking with me through thick and thin! What an exciting morning! IKDR!!"
"thank you so so much @RecordingAcad," The Voice coach shared on Twitter after being nominated for Pop Vocal Album.
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"8?!?!??!!???!" the artist shared on Twitter. "8. That's dope man wow."