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    Honey, that’s because you’re OBSESSED with Lady Gaga. You’re always 99.9% WRONG.

    Honey, make up your mind. You’re complaining about me predicting “Someone You Loved” to win (over Gaga), yet you say last year I predicted Joanne because I’m “obsessed” with Gaga.

     

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    At this point, I do think “Senorita” has performed well enough to score a nomination in Pop Duo/Group. I see the nominees being… “I Don’t Care”- Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber “Señorita”- Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello “Sucker”- Jonas Brothers “Sunflower”- Post Malone & Swae Lee “Hey Look Ma I Made It” – Panic! At the Disco And then I think there will be a non-hit 6th nominee… Maybe P!nk featuring Chris Stapleton Maybe Gaga/Cooper Or maybe BTS with Halsey

    “BTS with Halsey” the tragicness if it happens

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    MEDIABASE Pop Radio Callouts – Top 5 For Net Positive:

    1) Señorita

    2) Talk

    3) Trampoline

    4) I Don’t Care

    5) Sucker

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    You Need To Calm Down could be a big contendor for Pop Solo. Lover is already locked in pop vocal album though. I think she should release single #3 (collab) in early August so that she can get a pop duo/group nom. Cause ME! ain’t it.

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    You Need To Calm Down lol

    Sheeow
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    You Need To Calm Down could be a big contendor for Pop Solo. Lover is already locked in pop vocal album though. I think she should release single #3 (collab) in early August so that she can get a pop duo/group nom. Cause ME! ain’t it.

    lmao

    Jerry
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    You Need To Calm Down lol

    Even Billboard has said that it’s a SOTY contendor. It has a clear message to it and has some acclaim. After that Delicate snub, they owe it to her. Unless single #3 is solo then I see this song getting into this category at least. It’s message has been PRAISED my so many and I bet LGBTQ+ voters could flock to this song’s message and vote for it. It’s not a slam dunk but it’s possible

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    Please. ‘Delicate’ was not snubbed and they certainly don’t owe Swift shit. YNTCD is not an LGBT anthem no matter how hard y’all try to push that narrative. That song has like what? One line about being gay? Lol. If you really think LGBT voters will mass-vote for this song, you are very much mistaken. Taylor is not happening in the GF, again.

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    Please. ‘Delicate’ was not snubbed and they certainly don’t owe Swift shit. YNTCD is not an LGBT anthem no matter how hard y’all try to push that narrative. That song has like what? One line about be gay? Lol. If you really think LGBT voters will mass-vote for this song, you are very much mistaken. Taylor is not happening in the GF, again.

    You have Chance The Rapper on your pfp. PLEASE he literally used a homophobic slur in a track and happily re-released it in 2019. Also it is a gay anthem. Literally Polish politicians are using it to try and legalize marriage there. And it has positive reception from many gay influencers. It went right for the throats of homophobes basically telling them that they’re lifeless crazy people. Born This Way was a cute tune about saying you’re perfect no matter what. YNTCD is one of the most strikingly political songs of the decade by a female pop artist. Also what about not happening in the gf again? Imagine counting out a 10X Grammy winner, it’s like literally one of the biggest rules in music “never count out Taylor Swift.” Delicate was also snubbed, one of the most experimental pop songs of the year, all to get pushed to the side.

    Jerry
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    I was one of the few who got Best Pop Solo Performance right last year 😉

    predicting an award right once doesn’t mean that you’re some sort of psychic. Pleeasseee

    Sheeow
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    You have Chance The Rapper on your pfp. PLEASE he literally used a homophobic slur in a track and happily re-released it in 2019. Also it is a gay anthem. Literally Polish politicians are using it to try and legalize marriage there. And it has positive reception from many gay influencers. It went right for the throats of homophobes basically telling them that they’re lifeless crazy people. Born This Way was a cute tune about saying you’re perfect no matter what. YNTCD is one of the most strikingly political songs of the decade by a female pop artist. Also what about not happening in the gf again? Imagine counting out a 10X Grammy winner, it’s like literally one of the biggest rules in music “never count out Taylor Swift.” Delicate was also snubbed, one of the most experimental pop songs of the year, all to get pushed to the side.

    You wrote all of this… and for what?

    Jerry
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    You wrote all of this… and for what?

    It was a response lmao. You or nobody has to read it. But it basically rips the theory that they had to pieces so there’s that.

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    YNTCD is one of the most strikingly political songs of the decade by a female pop artist.

    Delicate was also snubbed, one of the most experimental pop songs of the year, all to get pushed to the side.

    There is no way you are being serious. YNTCD is not political in the slightest. I’m convinced you, and many others, are using that as a cheap excuse to hide how horrific the song is.

    How could I forget how experimental ‘Delicate’ was. An inoffensive, Max Martin-produced, generic radio song. Queen of experimental records 😍.

    Jerry
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    There is no way you are being serious. YNTCD is not political in the slightest. I’m convinced you, and many others, are using that as a cheap excuse to hide how horrific the song is. How could I forget how experimental ‘Delicate’ was. An inoffensive, Max Martin-produced, generic radio song. Queen of experimental records 😍.

    Ummm the track was LAUDED for it’s experimental qualities. Song isn’t fantastic but neither was This Is America and that won everything. And if YNTCD wasn’t “politically” why was it being talked about my CNN, Fox News, and more. Republicans were dragging it and Democrats were propping it up. The song was in and of itself a political discussion.

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    “You Need to Calm Down” is political, but that’s likely not going to help it get into Pop Solo Performance. The song’s message would only significantly help it contend in SOTY and Music Video (neither of which I think it’s getting nominated in).

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