Swift and Winfrey bumped into each other backstage at the awards ceremony on Sunday and shared a loving hug
The singer, 34, and the media mogul, 70, bumped into one another backstage at the 2024 Grammys on Sunday and shared a sweet moment and a loving hug.
"Hello, how are you doing?,” Swift asked as she embraced Winfrey in a clip shared on Winfrey's Instagram Story. “It’s so good to see you, you look gorgeous tonight.”
“Got to see some history be made - congratulations @taylorswift,” Winfrey captioned the video.
Along with winning best pop vocal album, the "Karma" singer also took home the award for album of the year, making her the only person in history to win the category four times.
For her big night, Swift dressed in a white strapless Schiaparelli gown with a thigh-high slit and black opera gloves. She also wore her custom-made Lorraine Schwartz vintage watch as a choker, as well as 300 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamond necklaces.
Back in 2015. the talk show host was the one heaping praise on Swift, telling Australian newspaper the Herald Sun, “I’ve never seen any woman handle herself the way she does,”
“She makes my eyes water, the way she handles herself,” continued Winfrey. “She manages the whole fame trip, what it means to be in the spotlight. So when you think about all the things going wrong in the world she is the true great role model.”
“From the moment I met Tina, first as a fan, then later blessed to become her friend, she was a special kind of role model,” Winfrey said onstage. “ … And as those big wheels of time keep on turning, Tina’s voice continues to speak to all of us.”
She later shared a video of Barrino hugging musician and actor Lenny Kravitz backstage with the caption, "And I got to witness @fantasia return to the Grammys stage and own it!"
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"So proud of her 🙏🏾,” she added of The Color Purple star, 39.
“I thought it was so much fun. It was so much fun to honor Tina,” Winfrey said in another clip after her Tina Turner presentation. “And I’m glad I got my cry out yesterday so I didn’t have to cry today, I could just celebrate. It was so much fun. And I thought Fantasia killed it … the outfits … I loved the whole thing. I loved it, loved it, loved it, loved it."
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