This is, in fact, what just happened: Taylor Swift won the GRAMMY for Best Music Video for her star-studded "Bad Blood."
Shortly thereafter, Swift tweeted a video of her and BFF Selena Gomez, who's featured in the video, freaking out from her dressing room as she prepped for her opening number at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Monday night. "Bad Blood just won a Grammy for Best Music Video and we are not ok," Swift wrote.
The "Bad Blood" win is Swift's second prize of the evening. Also during the pre-telecast, Swift was awarded Best Pop Vocal Album for her celebrated behemoth, 1989. Another friend, Jack Antonoff of fun. -- who co-produced and co-wrote the album -- accepted the gold gramophone trophy as Swift called in on her cell. She asked Antonoff to deliver a special message to her fellow nominee, James Taylor: that she loves him.
Swift has clearly been on a major high all day -- and the show hasn't even officially started! "I AM SCREAMING," Swift, 26, tweeted.
Swift wasn't the only one thrilled to win Best Pop Vocal Album. Antonoff also tweeted his excitement, writing, "1989 just won pop vocal album!!!! accepted it with t on the phone :) albums made in small apartments win grammys. into it @taylorswift13."
Swift bested albums by Kelly Clarkson (Piece by Piece), Florence + the Machine (How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful), Mark Ronson (Uptown Special) and James Taylor (Before This World). The "Shake It Off" singer's also in good company! Last year, Sam Smith took home the trophy for In the Lonely Hour.
Swift is nominated for seven GRAMMY awards tonight for 1989, her fifth studio album. Among her nominations: Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year, her third album to receive a nod in that category.
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