Joey Feek Gets Daughter Indiana Ready for the GRAMMYs, Loses Best Country Group/Duo Performance to Little Big

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Joey Feek is getting her daughter ready for the big show.

The country singer -- who stopped treatment for her terminal cancer last year -- is preparing to watch the 2016 GRAMMYs from home, alongside her husband, Rory, and their daughter, Indiana.

"Indy getting her hair done by her Aunts for Grammy watching w her mama and papa tonight (if it's not past her bedtime)," Rory shared on their Facebook page.

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The couple performs as the songwriting duo, Joey + Rory, and were nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance tonight for their song, "If I Needed You." However, it was announced before the red carpet ended that Little Big Home had taken home the GRAMMY in this category.

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It was an emotional nomination for the family, who has documented their maintaining of faith and family through Joey's cancer battle.

The Feeks told ET they reacted to the announcement with "excitement and tears," adding: "When you love country music as much as we do, to even be nominated for a Grammy for Best Duo/Group Country Vocal Performance is like winning the lottery."

Fellow nominee Blake Shelton had previously tweeted that he would like Joey + Rory to win the award, and in November 2015 told ET, "The courage that they as a family have displayed -- it's inspirational. It's sad, but it's special at the same time."

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Meanwhile, this weekend was already special, as Joey welcomed Valentine's Day with a sweet kiss from her daughter.

Watch the video below.