Taylor Swift did not perform at the 2020 Grammy Awards, neither did she attend the award ceremony. The rumours initially doing the round were that Taylor skipped the show because she wasn’t “guaranteed a win”, but according to a new report, the actual reason Swift wasn’t at the ceremony was because she wanted to be with her family.
The Lover singer was spending time with her mother and family members on the night of the Grammys, according to a news portal.
“Taylor was at Sundance a few days before the Grammys for the premiere of her documentary. She was never confirmed to perform at the Grammys. She was not going to be in attendance at the Grammys because she was spending time with her family and her mother, who has a brain tumor and whose cancer has returned,” a source tells the news portal.
A second source, however, reveals to the same news portal, “She decided not to go after Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan was fired for bringing up issues regarding unlawful gender discrimination, sexual harassment, unlawful retaliation and unequal pay.”
As for the claims about her not being in attendance because she wasn’t “guaranteed a win’, he reps say “These statements made by anonymous, unidentified ‘sources’ are absolutely, 100 percent false and laughable. She just didn’t go to the Grammys. You guys need to calm down.”