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When the 2018 Grammy nominations were announced on Nov. 28, one big name in music was missing from the list: Taylor Swift. The singer’s new album Reputation, released on Nov. 10, didn’t come out in time for award consideration, as eligibility for the awards show goes from Oct. 1, 2016 to Sept. 30, 2017. However, two of her singles, “Look What You Made Me Do” and “… Ready for It?” were released in the appropriate time frame and passed up for nods.

Swift needn’t worry though because Reputation will be award-eligible for the 2019 Grammy Awards—and she already has plenty of hardware at home. The songstress has won a grand total of 10 Grammys, with her first four coming back in 2009. The breakout star took home Album of the Year (Fearless) and she also won awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance (“White Horse”), Best Country Song (“White Horse”) and Best Country Album (“Fearless”).

In 2011, Swift took home two more awards for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song, both for her song “Mean.” The next year she racked up even more hardware with a win for “Safe and Sound” (from The Hunger Games) as Best Song Written for Visual Media.

After a few years off, Swift was back with another big Album of the Year win in 2015 for 1989. She took home two more trophies for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Music Video (“Bad Blood”), and brought her whole squad to celebrate.

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So while Swift may not have her moment in the spotlight at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Jan. 28, she still has plenty to smile about. Catch the broadcast from New York's Madison Square Garden at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS.