Will Taylor Swift add a Golden Globe statue to sit next to her 12 Grammys?

Taylor Swift could be “the 1” to win a Golden Globe.

The singer is speculated to appear at Sunday’s 81st Golden Globes Awards on CBS to represent her massively successful “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” movie.

The concert film is one of eight nominees in a new category. To qualify for the “cinematic and box office achievement” award, blockbusters must have made $150 million globally with $100 million being domestic sales.

Swift’s movie garnered more than $250 million according to AMC CEO Adam Aron, who posted “The Eras Tour” is “the first movie AMC has distributed in our 103-year history. We are VERY proud today.”

Swift is credited as a producer for the movie, which was directed by Sam Wrench.

USA TODAY’s national music critic Melissa Ruggieri said: the film offers a front-row seat to the grandeur. Ruggieri, who attended two shows of the tour wrote that “the staging is so massive that even the best seats in a stadium – and the King Kong-sized video screens – could provide only so much detail.”

The big screen offers close-ups that most of us couldn’t see from the top sections of stadiums, with closeups of her ballet flats, her cat-eye makeup, and her colorful fingernails.

What is significant about the movie is, at the time, Swift did what production and streaming studios could not during the SAG-AFTRA strike which is negotiate a deal with the unions allowing her to publicize and promote how she saw fit.

Fans shimmied their way to theaters in October, buying out custom cups and popcorn tins, dancing in front and behind the rows of seats and singing through her almost three-hour, edited concert set at the top of their lungs. Swift even scared the “The Exorcist: Believer” into moving the horror movie’s opening weekend to Oct. 6.