Taylor Swift is proud of her boys. After she and Boygenius both took home multiple awards at the 2024 Grammys on Sunday (Feb. 4), the 34-year-old pop star joined the indie rock trio — comprised of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus — for a celebratory round of photos in the press room.
In videos, Swift bursts with excitement as she steps out from behind a curtain and wraps Bridgers, her “Nothing New” collaborator who joined her on a slew of Eras Tour dates last year, in a big hug. She then embraces Dacus and Baker before lining up with the band in front of red carpet cameras, each of them holding their shiny new gramophones.
In another clip, Bridgers seemingly consoles an emotional Baker, while Swift asks Dacus if she can pose with one of her Grammys resting on the “Night Shift” singer’s head.
Earlier that night, the members of Boygenius became first-time Grammy winners, taking home three awards: best rock performance and best rock song for “Not Strong Enough,” as well as best alternative music album for The Record. The “Anti-Hero” singer also won big, scoring best pop vocal album and album of the year for Midnights.
Swift has long been a champion of the “Cool About It” supergroup, which formed in 2018 before reuniting for a breakthrough year in 2023. Upon the release of the band’s now Grammy-winning debut album, the singer took to Instagram Stories to write that The Record is “genuinely a masterpiece.”
“If you don’t already have it on repeat I’d go ahead and do thatttt,” she added at the time.
See Swift congratulate Boygenius in the Grammys press room below.