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How Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Joe Alwyn reacted to his 2021 Grammys win


Taylor Swift’s boyfriend of over four years, Joe Alwyn, didn’t attend the Grammys with Swift in person last night, but she was very concerned about him – and he wanted the audience to know it. After Swift won her Grammy Album of the Year for folklore and thanked him in his speech, Alwyn signaled his support for him on his Instagram page.

Swift shared a photo of herself with several of them folklore collaborators during the ceremony, and he liked Instagram. It was a subtle gesture, but still, it sent a clear message: Alwyn was proud of his girlfriend from afar.

Joe Alwyn Likes Taylor's Instagram Grammys

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Why wasn’t Alwyn at the Grammys? The choice was likely made due to COVID-19 restrictions during the show. Pluses were usually not part of the evening and only presenters, nominees and performers could attend in person. Alwyn and Swift have never done a red carpet together, and their most public date night was at last year’s Golden Globes, when they sat together at the ceremony.

Still, Alwyn got her most direct cry from Swift in her album acceptance speech of the year. She told him, “Joe, who’s the first person I play every song I write to, and I had the best time writing songs with you in quarantine.” (Alwyn wrote songs for folklore under the pseudonym William Bowery.)

There is already a chance that Alwyn could join Swift at next year’s Grammys: always, Swift’s second quarantine album he co-wrote songs on, is eligible for the 2022 Grammys. With vaccines now out, a more normal Grammys show is a real possibility for next year, which will allow partners nominees – and people in general – to safely assemble and stay overnight.

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