New York. Taylor Swift accepted the grand prize for a TV special at the 2021 Gracie Awards for her documentary film Folklore: The Lengthy Pond Studio Classes, which launched online Tuesday night. This information has been received from the report of Billboard.com. Presented by the Coalition for Women in Media Basis, the Gracie Award honors exemplary programming created for and about women, according to the group. Along with thanking his collaborators, including Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner, for their work with the Grammy-winning people track and the Disney Plus live performance film, the celebrity also expressed gratitude to healthcare professionals on the website.
Before signing on, Swift did her best because of her fans. Singer said, thank you for taking care of all this. Thank you for being the reason why we have been able to come together on this path. You made this album. Separately, the 2021 Gracie Awards included Kelly Clarkson for discussing their namesake, and former First Women Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama for their respective podcasts, You and Me Each with Hillary Clinton and The Michelle Obama Podcast. Small artists also got a chance. Nineteen-year-old Maitreyi Ramakrishnan received the award for her lead role in Mindy Kaling’s Netflix sitcom By No What Have I Ever.