Taylor Swift was spotted dancing during Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny’s performance at the Grammy Awards 2023 on Sunday. The ceremony began at the 65th Annual Grammy’s Awards when Bad Bunny got on stage and everyone in the audience started to dance like there was no tomorrow. One of those dancers was Taylor Swift, who once again is supporting her fellow musicians and colleagues during the music event of the year.
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Didn’t have “Taylor Swift dancing to Bad Bunny” on my bingo card for 2023 but here we are #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/e2qiOhlppF
— Mara (@marasantanaaa) February 6, 2023
Fans were expecting to see Swift appear in this year’s Grammy’s after she skipped the 2022 event, so seeing her on screen, dancing, and partying to Bad Bunny, was something fans didn’t expect to see.
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Bad Bunny opened up the ceremony with an awesome performance of El Apagon and Despues de la Playa from his 2022 album Un Verano Sin Ti, which is up for Album of the Year and Best Musica Urbana Album. He completely took over LA’s Crypto Arena, joined by tons of dancers, a tropical backdrop, a several-membered live brand, and more.
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Band Bunny is a Puerto Rican rapper and singer, who won a Grammy in 2021 for Best Latin Pop or Urban Album. This time, he’s nominated for Album of the Year against Beyonce, Best Musica Urbana Album, and Best Pop Solo Performance. He is cast to play El Muerto in the upcoming Sony anti-hero film that’s scheduled to come out in 2024.
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Several audience members couldn’t help but dance either. Throughout the performance, the camera panned to Taylor Swift, Jack Harlow, and several others, who gave a turn at merengue dancing on the floor.
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This isn’t the first time Swift supported other artists in award shows. Last year during the VMAs, Swift was seen singing along to BLACKPINK’s Pink Venom stage performance, urged the crowd to give a standing ovation to Nicki Minaj, and danced to Lizzo’s and Fergie’s performances.