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Grammy Awards 2019: See Crazy Celebrity Reactions Towards Their Grammy Nominations

The 2019 Grammy Awards nominations have been pronounced and music’s leading stars couldn’t be more excited!

On Friday, the nominations were publicized across CBS, Apple Music and the Grammys website. While this year’s crop of nominees see Kendrick Lamar and Drake leading the pack with the most total nominations (8 and 7 respectively), female entertainers are flooding the nomination pool across genres.

Demi Lovato, who is gradually returning to the public eye after an overdose, was surprised by her dual nomination with Christina Aguilera for their duet “Fall in Line.”

“Woke up filled with hope. Dreams come true y’all… thank you Christina. I love you so much,” she tweeted. “I grew up in Texas, singing to Christina every day, DESPERATELY trying to hit her high notes.. if you would’ve told me I’d have a Grammy nod with her I would’ve laughed in your face!! This is so surreal.”

Aguilera soon responded, “You deserve it all and getting to work with you was its own award for me @ddlovato. There’s no one I’d rather share this with!! 💞”

Maren Morris celebrated her five nominations with her supporters on social media on Friday. The country star who had a breakthrough year with her crossover collaboration “The Middle,” previously took home the award for best country solo performance in 2017. Morris’ Grammy noms are cherries on top of a memorable 2018, including her March wedding to hubby Ryan Hurd.

“What … the hell,” the musician tweeted upon learning of her noms, teasing her tune “The Middle.” “WHY DON’T YOU JUST MEET ME AT THE GRAMMYS! I am so honored.”

First-time nominee Shawn Mendes — up for song of the year and best pop/vocal album — was at a short for words. “Unbelievable, speechless right now. I LOVE YOU,” he tweeted, followed by a car selfie posted to his IG Story which read, “So happy I can’t breathe.”

Four-time nominee Kacey Musgraves teased she “can’t deal” with the honors. “I’ve been so inspired by the creative climate this year has generated, and I’m SO thankful to be nominated alongside some truly brilliant & innovative artists,” she tweeted. “Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Xx”

Janelle Monáe was brought to tears as her album of the year nomination was declared in her presence live on CBS.

Meanwhile Kelsea Ballerini, a surprise nomination for best country album for her sophomore album Unapologetically, shared a tearful FaceTime clip with her mom Carla.

“This woman moved me to Nashville to pursue music when I was 15 years old. Today I got to call her and tell her about my 2nd Grammy nom for an album that she watched me live,” the singer wrote. “Her face says it all. I love you mom.”

Late rapper Mac Miller‘s mom Karen Meyers celebrated her son’s subsequent nomination with an array of emoji’s.

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👼🏼♥️👼🏼🎯🙏🏻♥️

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Lady Gaga will be fighting for her seventh trophy following her five nominations for both her solo work and the Oscar-contending A Star Is Born. The prime single “Shallow,” which was co-written by five-time Grammy winner Mark Ronson, gathered nominations for both record and song of the year, among others.

The nominations come a day after A Star Is Born scored five Golden Globe nominations. Gaga picked up one for best performance by an actress in a motion picture, drama, while leading man Bradley Cooper secured best director. “Shallow” also earned a nod for best original song.

“I am so deeply moved I’ve been in tears all morning. Thank you to the Recording Academy for recognizing our song “Shallow” from A Star Is Born in four categories including Record and Song of the Year! And thank you deeply for nominating my piano version of “Joanne,” a song I sang while I was recovering from many issues, a moment that revived me, a song about family and loss,” she writes.

“I love you and I love my fans so so very much. Thank you for this honor. God Bless.”

Another key contender Cardi B could be a big winner with five nominations in many of the chief categories. Since the April release of her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, the rapper has accumulated much success on the charts thanks to hit songs such as “I Like It” and “Be Careful.” Fresh from Friday morning’s court hearing, the moment Cardi B learned of her selections is an instant classic.

“Hard to put the gratitude for this Grammy nomination into words,” Pete Wentz wrote on IG after his band Fall Out Boy was voted for best rock album for their newest, Mania. “This truly is a dream. This record was not a ‘radio’ or a ‘marketing’ album. It was you, the kids. So thank you. This is yours too.”

After 25 years as a crew, the Backstreet Boys were shocked with their nomination for best pop group/duo group performance for “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.”

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5 GRAMMY NOMS. LIFE IS CRAZY!!!!

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I guess I’m going to the Grammys .

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