Ariana Grande, The Chainsmokers, Demi Lovato, Kelly Clarkson and more react to the 2017 Grammy nominations.
Early Tuesday morning, the Recording Academy announced nominations for the 2017 Grammy Music Awards. Beyonce leads the pack with nine, Mike Posner and Twenty One Pilots receive huge feats and Demi Lovato scores her first nomination ever. Noticeably semi-absent from the list is Sia, who's recent LP This Is Acting topped the charts at No. 1 (she is featured in the Best Pop Vocal Album category), and shockingly Drake, who was expected to appear in far more categories with his latest album Views. Justin Bieber's "Sorry" was noticeably absent as well (though Purpose lands in the Album of the Year category, and “Love Yourself” received a nod for Song of the Year). Also, justice for Britney Spears' Glory, which received zero nominations. And while we're at it, Selena Gomez's Revival deserved recognition.
See a timeline of reactions from music's greatest artists above and a list of the nominations here.