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Grammys Launches A Twitter Chat Series With Female Music Stars

The 55th Annual Grammy Awards are just over six weeks away, and to drum up some anticipation, The Recording Academy has launched a Twitter chat series with major female music stars.

They’re calling it The Artist Interview Series, and using the hashtag #TheWorldIsListening.

Here’s how it works: the artists will be paired up for the tweet Q&As, and will be discussing topics like inspiration and best performances via their respective Twitter handles.

@TwitterMusic will provide transcripts and @TheGRAMMYs will filter conversations.

Even if you could care less about the Grammy Awards, it’s pretty cool to be able to listen in on a live chat between stars like Sheryl Crow and Reba McEntire, and even toss in your own questions.

Here’s a partial list of artists you can expect to chat with on Twitter, with more being added as the Grammys approach:

Maria Brink (In This Moment, @officialITM)

Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson)

Sheryl Crow (@sherylcrow)

Sara Evans (@saraevansmusic)

Lucy Hale (@lucyhale)

Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert)

Reba McEntire (@reba)

Bonnie McKee (@bonniemckee)

RaeLynn (@raelynnofficial)

We’re kind of hoping Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen will be participating in a Twitter chat – her single “Call Me Maybe” was nominated for Song of the Year, after all.

Here are a few excerpts from the chats that have already taken place:

Be sure to tune in.

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