Taylor Swift is probably consoling her new beau Harry Styles tonight.
Harry's band One Direction failed to earn a single Grammy nomination, despite their worldwide popularity. Justin Bieber and PSY were also completely snubbed.
And Bieber's manager Scooter Braun was not happy.
"I just plain DISAGREE. The kid deserved it. Grammy board u blew it on this one," Braun tweeted after the announcement. "this time he deserved to be recognized and I dont really have any kind nice positive things to say about a decision i dont agree with. "
He added, "so to all those nominated...you do deserve it. You worked hard and u earned it. Just feel like so did JB."
As for Swifty, she earned three nominations. Her break-up anthem "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is up for Record of the Year and she also earned two noms for her song "Safe and Sound" from "The Hunger Games" soundtrack. Her new album, "Red," won't be eligible until 2014.
Rihanna was shut out from the major categories, only earning nods for pop solo performance for "Where Have You Been," rap-sung collaboration nomination with mentor Jay-Z for "Talk That Talk" and short-form music video for "We Found Love."
The top nominees? A mix of veterans and newcomers: Jay-Z, Kanye West, Fun., Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean and The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach all earned six nods a piece.
Kelly Clarkson had a bit of a resurgence with four noms; her hit "Stronger" was nominated for both Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
See the complete list of major category nominees below:
Record of the Year: "Lonely Boy," The Black Keys; "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)," Kelly Clarkson; "We Are Young," fun. featuring Janelle Monae; "Somebody That I Used To Know," Gotye Featuring Kimbra; "Thinkin Bout You," Frank Ocean; "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," Taylor Swift.
Album of the Year: "El Camino," The Black Keys; "Some Nights," fun.; "Babel," Mumford & Sons; "Channel Orange," Frank Ocean; "Blunderbuss," Jack White.
Song of the Year: "The A Team," Ed Sheeran, songwriter (performed by Ed Sheeran); "Adorn," Miguel Pimentel, songwriter (Miguel); "Call Me Maybe" Tavish Crowe, Carly Rae Jepsen & Josh Ramsay, songwriters (Carly Rae Jepsen); "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)," Jorgen Elofsson, David Gamson, Greg Kurstin & Ali Tamposi, songwriters (Kelly Clarkson); "We Are Young," Jack Antonoff, Jeff Bhasker, Andrew Dost & Nate Ruess, songwriters (fun. featuring Janelle Monáe).
New Artist: Alabama Shakes, fun., Hunter Hayes, The Lumineers, Frank Ocean.
Pop Vocal Album: "Stronger," Kelly Clarkson; "Ceremonials," Florence & The Machine; "Some Nights," fun.; "Overexposed," Maroon 5; "The Truth About Love," Pink.
Rock Album: "El Camino," The Black Keys; "Mylo Xyloto," Coldplay; "The 2nd Law," Muse; "Wrecking Ball," Bruce Springsteen; "Blunderbuss," Jack White.
R&B Album: "Black Radio," Robert Glasper Experiment; "Back To Love," Anthony Hamilton; "Write Me Back," R. Kelly; "Beautiful Surprise," Tamia; "Open Invitation," Tyrese.
Rap Album: "Take Care," Drake; "Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1," Lupe Fiasco; "Life Is Good," Nas; "Undun," The Roots; "God Forgives, I Don't," Rick Ross; "Based on a T.R.U. Story," Chainz.
Country Album: "Uncaged," Zac Brown Band; "Hunter Hayes," Hunter Hayes; "Living For A Song: A Tribute To Hank Cochran," Jamey Johnson; "Four The Record," Miranda Lambert; "The Time Jumpers," The Time Jumpers.
Latin Pop, Rock or Urban Album: "Campo," Campo; "Dejenme Llorar," Carla Morrison; "Imaginaries," Quetzal; "Electro-Jarocho," Sistema Bomb; "La Bala," Ana Tijoux.
Jazz Vocal Album: "Soul Shadows," Denise Donatelli; "1619 Broadway: The Brill Building Project," Kurt Elling; "Live," Al Jarreau (And The Metropole Orkest); "The Book Of Chet," Luciana Souza; "Radio Music Society," Esperanza Spalding.