From Tears to Swears: All the Best 2024 Grammy Nomination Reactions

The 66th annual Grammy Awards will be held on Feb. 4, 2024 at Arena in Los Angeles

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty; Lester Cohen/Getty; Arturo Holmes/Getty</p> Phoebe Bridgers; Ice Spice; Miley Cyrus

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Phoebe Bridgers; Ice Spice; Miley Cyrus

The 2024 Grammy nominations were announced on Friday morning and the stars are celebrating!

Not long after the Recording Academy revealed the talent being recognized at the 66th Grammy Awards, many A-listers and breakout artists who received nominations took to social media to express their gratitude.

At award show to be held at Los Angeles' Arena on Feb. 4, 2024, Billie Eilish, boygenius, Lana Del Rey, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, Taylor Swift and many others are among the artists being recognized. SZA, 34, leads the nominations with nine nods, followed by Phoebe Bridgers and Victoria Monét at seven.

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Reacting to the most Grammy nominations she’s ever received, Cyrus, 30, shared a heartfelt message on Instagram. Along with a photo of herself in a black dress and wide-brimmed hat, she shouted out her fans, the Smilers, and brought attention to the amount of women nominees.

“Congratulations to all of this years Grammy nominees. Watching women win & rule the music industry makes me proud. It’s fun to be nominated & exciting to win but having my music be LOVED around the world is the real trophy,” the hitmaker, who previously had two nominations to her name, wrote.

“To my Smilers - I celebrate YOU today. Your joy is my bliss,” Cyrus continued. “My team + all of my collaborators are irreplaceable & priceless pieces of this puzzle.

The album of the year nominee added, “I love you all. Thank you for making my Endless Summer Vacation so sweet.”

As many fans suspected, Ice Spice received love from the Recording Academy after her breakout year — earning a best new artist nomination, among other nominations.

The rapper, 33, shared how shocked she was with a hilarious post on X (formerly Twitter). "FOUR GRAMMY NOMINATIONS ?! are u s---tin me!!! thank YOU 🫵"

The hip-hop star later posted to Instagram where shared a cute edit rounding up her four nominations, including best new artist, best rap song and best song written for visual media for "Barbie World" with Nicki Minaj and best pop duo/group for her collaboration with Swift, 33, "Karma."

boygenius, the indie rock trio featuring Phoebe Bridgers, 29, Lucy Dacus, 28, and Julien Baker, 28, also had a huge year that garnered them nods in the alternative categories, as well as record and album of the year. They shared a sweet photo of themselves finding out they’re competing for the coveted album of the year prize.

Dacus also chimed in with a simple X post summing up her reaction — "bro."

Kelsea Ballerini, whose album Rolling Up the Welcome Mat is in the best country album category, shared a video on Instagram of herself, mom Carla, friends and boyfriend Chase Stokes finding out the news together. The country music star, 30, looked thrilled as she threw up her arms and burst into tears.

In the caption of the post, she shouted out her longtime collaborator Alysa Vanderheym. “😭🤍 @recordingacademy, she wrote. “LOOK AT OUR ALBUM GO, @alysavanderheym.”

Fellow country star Jelly Roll, who recently took home the best new artist prize at the 2023 CMA Awards, shared how stunned he was to be in the best new artist and best country duo/group performance categories at the Grammys.

In an emotional, tear-filled video on Instagram, the “Need a Favor” singer, 38, called it “the greatest honor an artist could ever hear” to be nominated and opened up about how much the moment means to him, saying he “hadn’t cried like this since Daddy died.”

On X, too, he shared a similar sentiment.

Rising folk star Noah Kahan shed tears himself for his best new artist nod. In an adorable video posted to Instagram, the Vermont artist, 26, showed his reaction to the news as he burst into uncontrollable laughter, swore and started crying.

He also took to X to let his devoted fans know how much this means to him. "Dreams do come true ... This is OUR Grammy nomination," he wrote. "Get that dress picked out momma we’re going to the f---ing Grammys."

Gracie Abrams was just as excited to be competing for best new artist. The singer-songwriter and Eras Tour opener, 24, shared a photo on Instagram of herself holding up her phone as the Recording Academy’s live stream unveiled the news.

“what is happening,” she wrote in the caption in disbelief.

Another heartfelt post came from Halle Bailey. The actress/singer, 23, opened up about how she feels like she's "in a dream" after hearing her solo song "Angel" received a nod in the best R&B song category.

"oh my goodness you guys i feel like i’m in a dream 💭😭," the star of The Little Mermaid wrote in the caption. "i just got off a plane and found out this news, God is so so good i am so grateful and in disbelief 😭❤️✨gonna go cry all day"

Husband and wife duo Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter, who make up The War and Treaty, were also traveling when they heard that they were headed to the Grammys. The couple let fans in on the heartfelt moment by sharing a video of them hearing the news over the phone.

"We were in the airport this morning when we heard the news that we have been nominated for best new artist & best American roots song at the 2024 #GRAMMYs!!" the rising country stars wrote in the caption. "Thank you to the @recordingacademy for this immense honor. Thank you to our fans for taking this beautiful journey with us. We are so blessed beyond words y’all.. THIS is how love is made. Let’s gooo!!!"

Although Carly Pearce didn't share footage of the moment, she let fans know just how much she screamed when she heard she was up for best country duo/group performance with Chris Stapleton for their song "We Don't Fight Anymore."

"Last year, when I was in LA for my first ever #GRAMMYs as a nominee, I got word that @chrisstapleton was going to sing "We Don't Fight Anymore" with me. Fast forward to this morning and we’re nominated together for that very song. I’m so grateful and honored for this nomination thank you @recordingacademy. 🤍," the country singer, 33, wrote in the caption of her Instagram post.

"Swipe for an unhinged photo of me and my band when I found out I was nominated for another GRAMMY!!!!," the musician added. "Wish y'all could have heard how loud I screamed..."

The Barbie movie soundtrack, Barbie: The Album, received a whopping 11 nominations across several categories, including best score soundtrack for visual media and four out of the five nominations in best song written for visual media category. Mark Ronson, 48, who curated the soundtrack, couldn’t contain his excitement and celebrated by posting a video of himself playing a medley of the hits on piano.

One of Ronson’s collaborators, Finneas O’Connell, 26, who worked with his sister Billie Eilish, 21, on the song “What Was I Made For?” shared a thoughtful message on his Story about their track ending up in the record of the year category.

<p>Finneas/ Instagram</p> Finneas O'Connell's Instagram Story

Finneas/ Instagram

Finneas O'Connell's Instagram Story

Madison Beer received her first-ever nomination for her album Silence Between Songs, which got a nod for best immersive audio album. The singer-songwriter, 24, told fans with an X post that she couldn’t stop crying about the accomplishment.


PJ Harvey also shared a tearful post. The best alternative album nominee, 54, posted a charming black and white photo of herself learning the news on on Instagram.

Another simple, yet stunned, post came from Jason Isbell, whose band Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit was nominated for best Americana album for their Weathervanes. The performer, 44, shared a brief thank you note to the Recording Academy on X.  "Dang alright thank you @RecordingAcad," he wrote with three prayer hands emojis.

As for Bebe Rexha, the pop singer whose team-up with David Guetta "One in a Million" ended up in the new best pop dance recording category, she wanted fans to be in on the excitement. The hitmaker, 34, teased her nomination by reposting the Recording Academy’s clip of the announcement on her Instagram Story

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