11 Glamorous Homes of Grammy Nominees
With the 56th Annual Grammy Awards coming up this Sunday, we’re taking a peek inside the fabulous homes of 11 nominated artists. Who wins for Best House?
Taylor Swift racked up four nominations this year: Album of the Year (Red), Best Country Album (also for Red), Best Country Song (“Begin Again”) and Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Highway Don’t Care”). Her childhood home – a gorgeously restored 1929 residence in Pennsylvania – hit the market last year. It sold for $700,000 in September.
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Nominated for both Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year for “Roar,” Katy Perry sold her contemporary pad in Los Angeles for $3.3 million in July 2011. She shared the home with her ex-husband, quirky actor and comedian Russell Brand.
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Kanye West, whose latest album Yeezus was nominated for Best Rap Album, recently purchased a home in Bel-Air with girlfriend and reality TV star Kim Kardashian. The Mediterranean-style mansion comes with a pool, a gourmet kitchen and a master suite with an enormous closet and bath.
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Rihanna, nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Stay”) and Best Urban Contemporary Album (Unapologetic), listed her Pacific Palisades home for rent in 2013. The 11,000-square-foot contemporary estate comes with a rooftop sun deck, a zero-edge pool and an outdoor bar.
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Pink’s “Just Give Me a Reason” earned nominations for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Song of the Year. The edgy singer-songwriter paid $2 million for this Spanish-style home in Sherman Oaks back in 2002. She listed it for $4 million in 2011, but records show it didn’t sell.
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Pharrell Williams’ collaborations with Jay-Z, Robin Thicke and other artists earned him a Producer of the Year nomination. The hip hop star slashed the price of his Miami penthouse from $16.8 million to $10.9 million last year, eventually pulling it off the market altogether.
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Gloria Estefan’s newest album, The Standards, got a Grammy nod for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. The singer-songwriter’s Mediterranean-style mansion in Miami Beach is on the market for $35 million.
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Nominated for Best R&B Album for Girl on Fire, Alicia Keys sold her stylish SoHo penthouse for around $12 million last year. Previously owned by Lenny Kravitz, the home boasts sun-drenched interiors and expansive terraces that overlook New York City.
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Kelly Clarkson’s song “Don’t Rush” earned a nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. The singer and her husband, music manager Brandon Blackstock, share this sprawling estate in Hendersonville, Tenn.
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Nominated for Best Country Album (Two Lanes of Freedom) and Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Highway Don’t Care”), Tim McGraw put his historic Tennessee estate on the market last year. Shared with wife and fellow country music star Faith Hill, 753-acre estate includes four separate residences.
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Late-night TV host Craig Ferguson has been nominated for Best Comedy Album for I’m Here to Help. Last year, the funnyman sold his Spanish-style abode in Los Angeles for $1.27 million.