Taylor Swift has won 12 Grammy Awards over the years and is nominated for 52 Grammys.

She won her first Grammy in 2010 for best country song, "White Horse," and also took home three more awards that year.

In 2012, Swift won two Grammys for her album "Speak Now," including best country song for "Mean."

In 2013, she received her first Grammy for best song written for visual media for "Safe & Sound."

Swift faced a dry spell at the Grammys in 2014 and 2015, with seven nominations but no wins.

In 2016, she won three Grammys, making history as the first woman to win Album of the Year twice for her solo recordings.

Swift's Grammy wins in 2021 included Album of the Year for "Folklore," marking her third win in this category.

She became the first and only woman solo artist to win Album of the Year three times for her solo recordings.

If Swift wins Album of the Year for "Midnights" at the 2024 Grammy Awards, she will set a new record with four wins.

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