Grammy Awards Nominees React To Nominations – See Star Reactions!
The 2016 Grammy Awards nominations were announced on Monday, and now the nominees are reacting. See artists’ reactions below!
John Legend, who was nominated in multiple categories for his collaboration with Common on “Glory,” tweeted, “4 Grammy Nominations! Thank you!” Ed Sheeran, who was nominated three times for “Thinking Out Loud,” including one for Song of the Year, wrote, “I wasn’t expecting the Grammy noms, thank you.”
Josh Groban, a nominee for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, said, “Omg!! Honored to be in such tremendous company!” Meanwhile, former “Late Late Show” host Craig Ferguson tweeted, ” Just been told my latest special #justbeinghonest has been nominated for best comedy album. Thank you so much.” “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane, who released an album this year, wrote, “Wow much thanks for Grammy nomination for No One Ever Tells You!!”
Lady Gaga expressed, “Thank you fans and The Grammys for nominating my song ‘Til It Happens You You’ for a Grammy! Me and My co-writer Diane Warren are so honored and proud to be a part a movement that empowers rape victims into survivors.”
Pitch Perfect 2 cast member Rebel Wilson celebrated the film’s soundtrack being nominated, writing, “Go Pitches X and congrats again to our amazing music team.” Co-star Brittany Snow commented as well, saying, “Well, damn. This is pretty neat. Just makin music with our mouths over here.”
Nominee Blake Shelton referenced MC Hammer’s “Hammer Time” to celebrate, writing, “Stop! Grammy time.” Kelly Clarkson, who was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and Solo Performance, tweeted, “Woke up to 2 Grammy nominations!! :) Thanks everybody who nominated me and congrats to all the other nominees!” And Alicia Keys, who announced the four top awards, wrote to all the musicians nominated, “Congratulations to ALL the #GRAMMYs nominees!!! Blessings, love and creativity.”
Gossip Cop will update as more Grammy nominees react to their nominations. The 58th Annual Grammy Awards will air on CBS at 8 p.m. EST on February 15.