Taylor Swift Grammys snub has fans outraged! Singer misses out on Album of the Year nomination

What!: Swift's Reputation saw mass success in 2018 ( AFP/Getty Images )

Taylor Swift fans have started a #GRAMMYsAreOverParty after the pop princess missed out on a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year.

Swift's 2017 album Reputation was snubbed from the category, despite Billboard hailing it the biggest-selling album of 2018.

The Delicate singer managed to secure a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album, but fans were left disgusted, with many claiming she “deserved better.”

One tweeted: “I know we should be grateful at least Taylor got one Grammy nomination but come on we all know it deserved better, IT D

Pop queen: Fans aren't impressed (AFP/Getty Images)

Another commented: “The Grammy's can't come to the phone right now! Why? Because they're revising the set of nominees for the album of the year, because they realised @taylorswift13 deserved that spot!”

A third posted: “I swear Taylor gets overlooked by everyone and everything!! Just because she isn’t active on social media shouldn’t change a thing!! #GRAMMYs #GRAMMYsAreOverParty.”

Had Swift secured the nod for Reputation, she would have beat Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna’s record of three Album of the Year nominations.

Swift has won a total of 10 Grammys, sweeping three gongs for her last record 1989.

She also recently became the most decorated female artist in AMA history with 23 awards.

She scooped gongs for tour, album, female and artist of the year, in October’s ceremony, meaning she overtook Whitney Houston’s 21 awards for the most wins by a female artist at the AMAs.

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The 61st Grammy Awards take place on 10 February at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.

Kendrick Lamar dominates the nominations with eight, including Record and Song of the Year. Drake picked up seven, including Album of the Year for Scorpion which will see him go to battle with Lamar, Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, H.E.R., Post Malone, Janelle Monáe and Kacey Musgraves.

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