Eligibility for the 2022 Grammys ended on Sept. 30, 2021 — meaning that major singles and albums from Adele and other artists that were released in October and November will not be nominated until the following year. Still, it’s easy to predict many of the artists who will dominate the award ceremony that airs on Jan. 31, 2022. Who will be the most-nominated artists? What albums will compete for what many still consider to be the biggest honor in the music industry?
The Recording Academy will unveil the full list of nominees on Nov. 23, so here are our last-minute predictions for who will fill the nominations list. Below are seven musicians who are bound to not just be nominated, but also potentially end Grammy night with an armful of gold.
Of all the musicians who are looking at having a huge night at the Grammys in 2022, there is one name that will almost surely rule: Olivia Rodrigo. The teen singer-songwriter became a global sensation the moment she released her first single “drivers license,” and her debut album Sour didn’t just become a bestseller, it produced a number of year-defining smashes.
Rodrigo is all but guaranteed to win Best New Artist, and she will likely be nominated in the other three “big four categories” — Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year — and she has a real shot at winning some, if not all of them. If she does sweep the top fields, she’ll become just the third artist to do so in a single night (Billie Eilish accomplished this two years ago).
Speaking of Eilish, the seven-time Grammy winner will still be a teenager when the nominations are announced in November, and she’s bound to collect quite a few nods once again. Her sophomore full-length Happier Than Ever will likely be up for Album of the Year, a category she won with her debut project When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Depending on what single she selected to submit, she could easily be in the running for Song of the Year (“Therefore I Am,” “Your Power,” or “Happier Than Ever”) again, and she might have a shot at becoming just the second musician to win a third Record of the Year trophy.
Lil Nas X
Already a two-time Grammy winner, Lil Nas X has been nominated in all of the four major categories once before, but he didn’t claim any wins. He’ll have another shot in 2022.
His debut album Montero will likely be up for Album of the Year, while the title track “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” could end up winning Record of the Year, something he didn’t earn with the historic “Old Town Road.” The visual that accompanied that tune could also grant him his second prize in the Best Music Video category, and his other songs might compete in various pop and rap fields, depending on where he submitted them.
The biggest band to emerge from South Korea made history last year when they earned their first Grammy nomination (Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Dynamite”). While they didn’t win, they potentially stand an even better chance this time around at not just taking home a piece of gold, but also collecting more than a single nod.
Their song “Butter” is a good choice for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and it was so massive, it might also be included in Record of the Year, which would be a huge moment for the band, their followers, and the music industry.
Last year’s winner for Album of the Year (her historic third time claiming the prize), Taylor Swift will absolutely be up for the honor once again.
While folklore was eligible for the 2021 Grammys, sister surprise project evermore will be considered this time around, and it’s bound to earn a nomination for Album of the Year. Lead single “Willow” could finally grant the powerhouse her first Song of the Year Grammy, which she’s been nominated for many times before since 2009 for “Cardigan,” “Lover,” “Blank Space,” “Shake It Off,” and “You Belong With Me.” She could even earn her first nods in the rock categories thanks to her work with band Big Red Machine, with whom she released the single “Renegades.” Swift has chosen not to submit her re-recorded album Fearless (Taylor’s Version) or the songs featured on it in the country categories, which she may have rule if she had submitted.
It was only recently that the Recording Academy began taking Ariana Grande seriously as an artist, and her last full-length (thank u, next) saw her finally end up a nominee for Album of the Year and Record of the Year.
Grande’s most recent release Positions will likely compete for Album of the Year, and its lead single and title track (“Positions”) could be named a Record of the Year contender, though it’s possible it may be too far removed for voters to remember it when it comes time to pick nominees. Expect her name to be plastered all over the pop field though, as her songs with artists like Doja Cat (“34+35” with Megan Thee Stallion) and The Weeknd (“Save Your Tears”) are also eligible.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion is the current owner of the Best New Artist Grammy, she’ll definitely be back for more love from the Recording Academy.
Her set Good News is eligible for Album of the Year, and songs like “Body,” “Thot Sh*t” and even her remix of BTS’s “Butter” could also end up nominees in genre-specific verticals as well. She might appear once again in the Record of the Year slot, and she is already a strong contender in a number of rap-specific fields.
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Mrs Hinch’s Tesco Homeware Line Just Got Even Bigger
Over the last couple of weeks, Sophie Hinchliffe AKA Mrs Hinch has been showing her 4.2 million Instagram followers exactly how she’s getting her house Christmas ready. A couple of wreaths and tinsel won’t cut it for the interior influencer, oh no. And, as well as decorating her house from head to toe, Mrs Hinch is also currently promoting her extended homeware line at Tesco, which includes some great gifts and stocking fillers.
Hinchliffe has already done the unimaginable in making cleaning influencing a very real thing. Millions of fans tune in to get her latest DIY home hacks and you better believe she has no shortage of ways that you can make your home super cosy over Christmas.
In 2021 she worked with Tesco on a homeware line. This included all of the essentials you’d need if you’re an aspiring domestic goddess. This extended into a loungewear line with F&F because if you’re going to spend the weekend whipping your house into shape then you need to look good in the process.
On Dec. 6, it was announced that her homeware range would be extending to include some storage and decorative pieces that all have the trademark cool-toned, minimalist Hinchliffe look.
From throws to candles, here are some of the pieces you can get your hands on ahead of the Christmas season.
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Tweets About Jennifer Garner’s Viral Video Bathing Her Cat
Jennifer Garner is many things. A top-notch actress, a mother, a philanthropist, and apparently, a cat wrangler. Sort of. A video of the Alias star recently went viral for all the best reasons, as it is simultaneously ridiculous and relatable. The viral cat video was posted by Twitter user Isabel Alcántara, who captioned it: “This video of Jennifer Garner bathing her cat takes up at least 1/4 of my mental real estate.” One viewing of the nearly-two-minute-long clip will have anyone agreeing.
In the video, Garner attempts to wash her cat Moose, who had apparently “pooped his pants.” The 49-year-old entertainer then struggles to keep her feline friend in the sink, to get him clean, and to avoid being clawed. Those who bathe their own cats know that walking away from such an activity unscathed is impossible, and by the end, Garner has some nasty cuts on her neck.
While the video features Garner doing something fairly mundane, she’s hilarious and entertaining. Everything she says throughout the clip is an instantly iconic quote, including such gems as, “He’s befouled” and “What’s to be done?” At one point, Garner moves the cat’s head so as to make him sing, “Yes I’ve seen the Muffin Man!” Of course, at the end, when it seems like the ordeal is over, she realizes she missed a step: “Oooh. We didn’t get to do conditioner.”
It didn’t take long for thousands of Twitter users to watch the video and share it, making Garner’s cat-washing adventure quickly go viral. People obviously loved every second of it, and they made their adoration known via tweets.
15 Beauty Advent Calendars You’ll Want to Buy for Yourself
What’s better than one holiday gift? One holiday gift that keeps on giving every single day until Christmas. That’s exactly why a beauty advent calendar is the perfect gift for the beauty lover in your life.
For your skin care-obsessed BFF that’s always testing new products, these advent calendars mark a way to get anywhere from 12 to 25 beauty samples (and sometimes even full-sized bottles) in a single present. Sure, resisting the urge to rip open every alcove at once is tempting, but imagine the joy of getting a new product every morning — now that’s the holiday spirit.
The good news is that there’s a beauty advent calendar for everyone. Some are dedicated to sheet masks, others are packed with relaxing body care for a self-care night, and there are plenty more for makeup aficionados (hello, mini lipstick tubes!). The hardest part of gifting these calendars isn’t finding them, it’s narrowing down the best ones out there.
If you happen to be overwhelmed with your gifting options, these 15 beauty advent calendar picks are a great place to start shopping.
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For The Candle Lover
A Diptyque anything is usually on any beauty lover’s holiday wish list and this advent calendar might be the ultimate gift from everyone’s favorite fragrance house. You’ll find 25 candles, fragrances, and more in a mix of different sizes. A real treat for all.
For Luxury Skin Care Fanatic
Skin care enthusiasts will think this Dr. Barbara Sturm advent calendar is a dream come true. While it is on the pricier side at $495, it’s actually a great bargain. Here’s why: there’s a mix of 24 products that come in full or sample-sizes. Compared to spending $300 on a single classic serum, you get so much more for your money while also testing out some products you may not have tried yet.
For The Friend Who Loves Self Care Sundays
From the iconic Creme de Corps to the game-changing Calendula Petal-Infused Calming Mask, Kiehl’s Limited Edition Holiday Advent Calendar always delivers the goods. Find a mix of other classic cleansers, serums, moisturizers, and more in this playful festive box designed by French illustrator and artist Marylou Faure.
For The Perfume Collector
Know someone who’s constantly searching for a new signature scent? This Atelier Cologne Discover Advent Calendar contains 24 mini perfumes with a range of different notes, from Vanille Insensée to Rose Anonyme.
For The Budget Spotter
For the beauty lover that likes to get the most bang for their buck, this collection of NYX products will be perfect. You get 24 full and mini-sized versions of NYX’s most iconic products — think Butter Gloss, Born to Glow Illuminating Highlighter, and more — all for less than $50.
For The Amateur Manicurist
For the nail lover, this advent calendar has it all. There are 22 mini Plant Pots, Ciaté’s newest collection of polishes that contain nourishing ingredients like biotin, bamboo, and bakuchiol for strong and healthy nails. You also get a nail primer and an illustration from the box’s designer, UK-based illustrator Ruby Taylor.
For The Body Care Lover
From nourishing hand creams to delicious-smelling soaps, this is a great gift for anyone already faithful to the brand or a newbie who loves a good pamper session.
For The Skin Care Aficionado
111Skin launches its first-ever advent calendar this year — and it doesn’t disappoint. You’ll enjoy 11 mini skin care products, like the Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask and the Vitamin C Brightening Booster, and one full-sized version of the Y Theorem Repair Serum.
For The Skin Care Newbie
A skin care advent calendar for less than $100? You’ll want to snap this up ASAP. You get 12 full and mini-sized skin and body care classics from Origins, including the Charcoal Mask and Frothy Face Wash. Radiant skin has never been easier to achieve.
For The Friend Who Loves The Nail Salon
Give the ultimate gift for manicure loves with this OPI advent calendar. You’ll find 25 mini bottles of some of the best OPI shades of all time, like Apple Red and Alpine Snow, and with different finishes to create fun nail looks.
For The Makeup Enthusiast
Got a friend whose cosmetics collection rivals most makeup artists’? This dreamy treasure chest includes 12 Charlotte Tilbury classics they will love, three of which — Hollywood Beauty Light Wand in Spotlight, Colour Chameleon in Pillow Talk, and Matte Revolution lipstick in Pillow Talk Medium — are full-sized.
For The Beauty Box Lover
Beauty subscription service IPSY is debuting its very first advent calendar to subscribers. You’ll find makeup, hair, and skin care samples from Anastasia Beverly Hills, Ouai, 111Skin, and more.
For The Clean Beauty Lover
Fulfill every skin, body, and hair care need with this offering from The Body Shop. Inside, you’ll find 24 little surprises to give yourself some head-to-toe TLC. You can enjoy classics like the Avocado Body Butter and Shea Shampoo, plus mini face masks.
A combination of makeup and skin, this advent calendar offers 12 of Chantecaille’s best-selling products, like the Full Brow Perfecting Gel and the Bio Lifting Cream+. You get five full-sized items and seven mini ones for a nice mix of beauty essentials.
For The Friend Who Likes To Experiment With Makeup
This beauty advent calendar gives you every makeup and skin care essential you need for all your holiday looks. You’ll find e.l.f Cosmetics favorites, like the Haute Chocolate Eyes Eyeshadow Palette and Mini Holy Hydration! Cleansing Balm, as well as some limited edition winter shades. Get this while you still can.
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