The Grammy Awards this past weekend were primarily about honoring the best of the music industry — but The Hunger Games movie also took the spotlight when the movie won a Grammy award for Best Song Written for Visual Media.
Taylor Swift, John Paul White and Joy Williams of The Civil Wars, and T. Bone Burnett accepted the award Sunday night — the first one handed out of the evening, which actually took place during the pre-telecast (and not during the main ceremony). That didn’t stop Swift from proclaiming to her Twitter followers, “WE JUST WON A GRAMMY FOR SAFE AND SOUND!!!!!!!”
Fellow Hunger Games soundtrack song “Abraham’s Daughter” by Arcade Fire was also among the nominees in this category.
Across the pond in London, The Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence attended the BAFTAs — the UK equivalent of the Academy Awards. She was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, but lost to 85-year-old Amour actress Emmanuelle Riva.