It wouldn't get enough support from Country voters anyway to even get a nomination, let alone win, considering the fact she abandoned Country music after "Red".
"1989" original has already won A
That makes sense. I think Fearless already had its moment a decade ago so it's time to move on from it
Well, she abandoned the era a long time ago, so that's not happening the next album she'll promote will be TS10.
I do agree with you though, I think this will set a precedent for the other re-re