No matter where Taylor Swift goes, she inevitably becomes the MVP of the moment. Obviously, the Grammys love Taylor Swift (she had won seven Grammy awards before the 2016 ceremony on Feb. 15) and that trend continued as the Grammys kept showing Swift in the audience of the awards show. Yes, Swift is known for getting down with her bad self in the audience during music shows, but there were plenty of other stars to focus on during this huge night in music. Yet, the broadcast just couldn't help but give the most love to T. Swift.
Even before the 2016 Grammys, Swift was an award winner, thanks to the music video for "Bad Blood" winning. She also generated buzz for showing up with her BFF Selena Gomez as her date, for rocking an awesome — yet meme-worthy — outfit , and opening up the awards show. She was everywhere, and was even the focal point when she didn't win. But maybe awards shows should stop focusing on Swift, even if she is a scene-stealer. Yes, Swift is worthy of attention at the music awards, but it's not like Adele, Lady Gaga, Carrie Underwood, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, and freakin' Johnny Depp aren't at the Grammys too. Give the woman a break, camera operators!
Alas, since Swift will be in the music spotlight for the foreseeable future, it seems like the Grammys would like to keep her in their spotlight as well — even when she's busy losing awards to people like Ed Sheeran. The camera loved her all night...
When She Walked The Red Carpet, Naturally
When She Performed, But That Makes Sense
When She Sat Down After Her Performance
When Ed Sheeran Won
When Ed Sheeran Won x 2
When She Won
When She Won x 2
Since Swift made (very specific) history by being the first woman to ever win Album of the Year twice, don't expect the Grammys to give up their Swift love anytime soon.