Los Angeles, California – Grammy Awards 2024 featured a night of prominent female artists taking the spotlight, with Taylor Swift winning Album of the Year for the fourth time, setting a new record. The evening also saw Billie Eilish winning Song of the Year for her track “What Was I Made For?” and Miley Cyrus taking the Record of the Year award for her song “Flowers.”
The night’s live performances were also dominated by women, with notable contributions from singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, Dua Lipa, and Tracy Chapman, who performed a duet version of her hit “Fast Car” with Luke Combs. SZA, who led the nominations with nine nods, ended up winning three awards.
The ceremony provided various highlights, including an emotional performance by Joni Mitchell that garnered a standing ovation. The night also featured a surprise cameo from Meryl Streep. Additionally, Taylor Swift announced a new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” during the event.
However, the evening was not without some controversial moments, with viewers divided over Taylor Swift’s acceptance of the Album of the Year award. Grammy attendees were surprised by her interactions, particularly her minimal acknowledgment of Celine Dion, who presented her with the award.
Overall, the 2024 Grammy Awards showcased the talent and achievements of numerous female artists, setting new records and providing memorable moments for music fans.