Celebs React to Their Grammy Nominations & It's Adorable and Exciting
It's hard to believe it, but the 2015 Grammy Award nominations are already here. The nominees were announced bright and early by Ed Sheeran and Pharrell Williams on CBS This Morning , and they both reacted to their nods live on-air. In fact, they even announced each other's nominations, congratulating each other adorably. Pharrell also chimed in for the work he did with Miley Cyrus (who was nominated for Bangerz) and Beyoncé (who scored a nod for her latest self-titled surprise album), saying how thrilled he was for both ladies.
There are still one big set of nominees to be announced, though. The big reveal of Album of the Year will happen on A Very Grammy Christmas at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, and that's when the big reactions will all come in. But then the waiting begins for the actual winners, with the show airing on Feb. 8, 2015 on the same network.
Check out all of the celebrity reactions (so far) below, and get excited with your favorite musicians. Now it's just a waiting game for Beyoncé's next insane performance — and the celebration of adding another Grammy to her mantel of 17 awards — or Taylor Swift's next surprised face.
A little weird and totally adorable.
Charli also chimed in with a sweet comment.
These besties are adorable.
And Bennett had something to say, too...
Imagine it being said in a British accent...
All together now: aww.
This is amazing.
Smith is nominated for five Grammys so far, and he also Instagrammed screen shots of his nominations with happy-crying Emojis.
Definitely one of the most memorable reactions.
Lambert opted to congratulate her friends instead of putting the spotlight on herself.
The "All About That Bass" singer celebrated her nom with Emojis, too.
The Paramore frontwoman painted a beautiful picture for us.
Bentley was in awe of his nomination this year.
During the announcement earlier, Williams admitted, "I'm trying not to geek out in front of everybody. This is national TV."
Sheeran was spoiled before the announcements even began. On CBS This Morning, he revealed he "had a peek early." Oops!