The 59th annual Grammy Awards are almost upon us, and on Tuesday (December 6), we got our first look at the list of 2017 nominations. So did the nominees, and some of them are freaking out in ways that we've only ever seen in our nightmares.
Of course, most of the people on the nominees list responded by stating how happy and humbled they were to be included. But there were just a few outliers in the wide spectrum of emotional reactions to being nominated for a Grammy. Like ...
"My heart is falling out of my ass." — Ariana Grande, December 2016. No but really, she was very thankful for the nod. In a follow-up tweet, Ariana wrote, "what an absolute blessing to be recognized for Dangerous Woman this way." She followed up the message with a string of heart emoticons, presumably fresh from her ass.
That is what true joy looks like.
Real New Englanders like Drew Taggart know that DDs is the only place for such a celebration.
Demi's Twitter feed is chock full of retweeted congratulations from friends like Joe Jonas right now.
Halsey got nominated for two guest performances on The Chainsmokers' "Closer" and Justin Bieber's "The Feeling" (as part of Purpose). She is pretty proud of both of them.
The Danish newcomers celebrated their nods by snapping a jubilant pic of their whole team.
Chance the Rapper
Chance made history by scoring seven Grammy noms without ever selling a single mp3. Naturally, he's stoked about it.
Anderson .Paak heard the news as soon as he woke up and is already having the best day.
Kanye West has been quiet on social media, but his friend and collaborator Swizz was more than happy to share his gratitude for the five Grammy noms earned by The Life of Pablo.
Was there ever any doubt that DJ Khaled would react to his Major Key nomination with overwhelming joy? The producer celebrated the occasion by hanging out with his son and typing up an extra emoji-ful Instagram caption.
Panic! At The Disco
Brendan Urie and friends are up for Best Rock Album this year, and Urie popped up on Twitter to express his gratitude.