While she may have been hunkered down this year, Taylor Swift wasted no time creating more music following the massive success of her 2019 album, Lover.
That album gained her much notoriety and three nominations at the time, but this year it seems that staying cozy in her Tennessee home created some music that earned her double the nominations for her work on 2020 album Folklore.
Taylor Swift gushes over 6 Grammy nominations
While appearing on Good Morning America, Taylor Swift wasted no time as she gushed over an impressive sweep of nominations, earning six spots for her album Folklore.
Among the many nominations, Swift is up to potentially receive Album of the Year and is closing in on some impressive records, challenging the likes of Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra.
When asked about how she felt being so close to the two icons' Album of the Year wins, Swift quoted The Office in her cheeky response.
"The Grammy news was absolutely unbelievable," she said. "And in terms of those unbelievable records, I try not to jinx things, to quote 'Michael Scott' from The Office, 'I'm not superstitious but I am a little stitious.'"
Swift also went on to share how staying hunkered down this year amid the novel coronavirus pandemic helped get her creative juices flowing.
"It was so crazy to create an album in my house, I’d never done that before I’ve always worked in studios," she said. "This was an experience unlike anything else and it really changed I think what this year would have been for me emotionally and mentally."
Swift also talked about her concert coming to Disney+, revealing she's most excited to revisit her smash hit from 2008, "Love Story."
"So far, of the ones I’ve recorded, I think it’s been the most fun doing 'Love Story' because the older music, my voice was so teenaged and I sometimes when I hear my older music and my older young teenage voice, it makes me feel like I’m a different singer now," she explained. "So it’s been the most fun to re-record ones that I feel like I could actually possibly improve upon the song."
Swift then concluded the interview speaking on her latest album and quarantine life, saying, "The one thing that I knew I needed to keep me afloat was music and I’m really grateful that I had that."
"Also really grateful that the fans loved it in the way that they did and saw where I was coming from, and I think they let their imaginations run wild with these stories, too, which made me really happy," she concluded.
The Grammys will air Sunday, January 31, 2021.