And the Grammy Award nominees are....

Taylor Swift is officially not country anymore.

The multi-Grammy award winner in the country music category will be going up against Iggy Azalea and the rest of her new pop music competition in the 57th annual Grammy Awards show, to be held February 8, 2015.

Swift's "Shake It Off"  is nominated for record of the year alongside "Fancy," "Stay With Me," "Chandelier," and "All About That Bass."

Here are the nominees for the night's biggest prizes.

Record of the Year

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    "Fancy," Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX

    "Chandelier," Sia

    "Stay With Me," Sam Smith

    "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift

    "All About That Bass," Meghan Trainor

    Best country album

    "Riser," Dierks Bentley

    "The Outsiders," Eric Church

    "12 Stories," Brandy Clark

    "Platinum," Miranda Lambert

    "The Way I'm Livin'," Lee Ann Womack

    Best pop vocal album 

    "Ghost Stories," Coldplay

    "Bangerz," Miley Cyrus

    "My Everything," Ariana Grande

    "Prism," Katy Perry

    "X," Ed Sheeran

    "In the Lonely Hour," Sam Smith

    Best urban contemporary album

    "Sail Out," Jhene Aiko

    "Beyonce," Beyonce

    "X," Chris Brown

    "Mali Is," Mali Music

    "Girl," Pharrell

    Best Pop Solo Performance

    "All of Me" by John Legend

    "Chandelier" by Sia

    "Stay With Me" by Sam Smith

    "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift

    "Happy" by Pharrell Williams

    Best Rock Song

    "Ain't it Fun" by Paramore

    "Blue Moon" by Beck

    "Fever" by The Black Keys

    "Gimme Something Good" by Ryan Adams

    "Lazareto" by Jack White

    Best New Artist

    Iggy Azalea


    Brandy Clark


    Sam Smith

    Best Country Song

    "American Kids" by Kenny Chesney

    "Automatic" by Miranda Lambert

    "Give Me Back My Hometown" by Eric Church

    "I'm Not Going To Miss You" by Glen Campbell

    "Meanwhile Back At Mama's" by Tim McGraw ft. Faith Hill

    The Grammy Awards take place Feb. 8, 2015.