Taylor Swift politely tells Grammy photographer to calm down after yelling at publicist to stop shooting her

Taylor Swift attends the 2023 Grammy Awards

Taylor Swift attends the 2023 Grammy Awards.John Kopaloff/WireImage/Getty Images

  • Taylor Swift walked the red carpet at the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday.

  • In one video, she tells the photographer to calm down after he yells at the publicist to move out.

  • “Hold on. I’m not going to rush you. Everything will be fine,” she said.

Taylor Swift politely told photographers at the venue 2023 Grammy Awards to calm down after they yelled at the publicist to get out of their shot.

As Swift descended the red carpet on Sunday night in a dazzling Midnight Blue set, photographers began yelling at the publicist standing next to Swift to stop shooting her.

“Hold on. I’m not trying to rush you. It’s okay,” Swift told the photographer with a smile.

Her publicist Tree Payne helped fix Swift’s skirt for the photo before the “Anti-Hero” singer posed for a series of poses.

“Thank you for keeping us calm!” cries one photographer through the crowd.

Swift received four nominations this year, including Song of the Year for “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version).” Extended, re-recorded version of the fan-favorite ‘Red’ track.

At the pre-show ceremony, Swift won best music video for the song’s short film she directed.

“I can’t put into words what this means to me,” she wrote on Twitter. For acknowledging my work in trying to bring back the music…I am overwhelmed. Thank you to all the fans who wanted this to happen.”

She was also nominated for best country song for “I Bet You Think About Me.” Vault Track from “Red (Taylor’s Version)” “Carolina” is the best song written for visual media, but it loses out to Cody Johnson’s “Till You Can’t” and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Don’t Talk About Bruno” respectively.

The 65th Annual Grammy Awards will be held live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

The ceremony was broadcast on CBS, Click here for the continuously updated list of winners.

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