Taylor Swift Awards: All the distinctions the artist has won, from Grammys to world records.

Taylor Swift may make Grammy history on Sunday, February 4, if she wins Album of the Year, but it will not be her first record-breaking performance.

 Taylor, 34, is presently tied with Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Paul Simon, who have all won the prize three times. 

If Taylor wins in 2024, she will be the only artist in Recording Academy history to have won four times. However, she is already the only female artist to have won the award three times,

and she is also the most nominated songwriter in the Song of the Year category, with voting members selecting 'Anti-Hero' for her seventh nomination. 

Taylor, meanwhile, has never received the prize. To commemorate what might be a historic night for the superstar, who was chosen Time's Person of the Year in 2023, here are all of the 'Karma' singer's honors and global records: 

Taylor has 12 Grammy awards and, as fans know, keeps them in various places, including one in a birdcage in her New York City residence. 

She received her first four Grammys in 2010 for her second album Fearless, which won Album of the Year, Best Country Album, Best Country Song, and Best Female Country Vocal Performance for track five, 'White Horse'.

She also won Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for 'Mean,' from her 2012 album Speak Now, and Best Song Written for Visual Media for 'Safe & Sound' (with the Civil Wars) from the Hunger Games film in 2013. 

In 2016, she won Album of the Year and Pop Vocal Album for 1989, as well as Best Music Video for 'Bad Blood,' and will win Album of the Year again in 2021 with Folklore.

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