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11 March 2021, 09:39 | Updated: 11 March 2021, 09:40
Harry Styles has been nominated for his first GRAMMYs in 2021 for his 2019 album 'Fine Line' and fans couldn't be happier for their favourite artist- so how many awards is he up for?
After months of anticipation and buzz, the 26-year-old has finally clinched himself recognition from the Recording Academy after dropping one of the biggest albums of the year.
In fact, he is rumoured to be opening the whole show, and you can find our complete guide to Haz at the GRAMMYs here.
Harry is nominated in three of the major categories, which are:
Let's take a look at who his A-lister competition is...
As we mentioned, until now, he has never been nominated for a GRAMMY, with his self-titled debut album missing out back in 2017 and the boys' music never getting nominated either.
Fans have been determined for the singer to be recognised by what is widely considered to be the most prestigious body, the Recording Academy, ever since.
from working in a bakery when he was a teenager, harry styles is now a grammy nominee. proud of him— onuj 💿 (@erskinercords) November 24, 2020
THREE GRAMMY NOMINATIONS AND ITS NOT EVEN OVER YET, STAN HARRY STYLES FOR CLEAR SKIN— amirah🦋 (@jalboyhamirah) November 24, 2020
They've flooded Twitter with message of pure excitement.
One said: "HE DID IT HE F***** DID IT HE’S A GRAMMY NOMINEE HARRY STYLES IS A GRAMMY NOMINATED ARTIST."
Another declared: "ITS HARRY STYLES GRAMMY ERA."
In a tweet we most relate to, another fan added: "HARRY DID THAT. OUR HARRY DID THAT. GRAMMY NOMINATED SINGER AND SONGWRITER HARRY EDWARD STYLES FROM TODAY."
Tracks on 'Fine Line' including 'Adore You', 'Watermelon Sugar' and most recently, 'Golden' have dominated charts around the world since their release, with music video racking up millions of views within just their first few hours of release.
The GRAMMY's will be held on 15 March 2021 and due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is unclear how they plan to put on the show, likely without an audience but in person- not on Zoom.
We've got everything you need to know about how to watch it in the UK here.