The Grammy Awards loves Taylor Swift. The 24-year-old, who had won seven trophies from The Recording Academy prior to the 2014 ceremony, performed at the 56th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
Swift sang "All Too Well," a slow-burn track about heartbreak off her hit record "Red" that may or may not be about Jake Gyllenhaal. (Probably.) Swift teased her Grammys performance on Friday afternoon with an Instagram photo.
During the GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live! on Dec. 6 of last year, Swift performed "I Knew You Were Trouble," off her hit album "Red." The two-year-old release -- which came out after 2012's Grammy nominations deadline, and was eligible for consideration in 2013 -- was nominated for Best Country Album, Best Country Song ("Begin Again") and Album of the Year. (Swift received a fourth 2014 Grammy nomination for "Highway Don't Care," a collaboration with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.) She did not win an single award on Sunday night.
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