Leaked Winners of 2019 Grammys Include Cardi B and Lady GaGa
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While the Bronx femcee allegedly wins Record of the Year with 'I Like It', the 'Bad Romance' singer is announced as the winner of Song of the Year with 'Shallow'.

AceShowbiz - The winner announcement for the upcoming 2019 Grammy Awards is still two weeks away, but it has been revealed that the Recording Academy accidentally leaked some of the winners on its website. Among them are Cardi B and Lady GaGa.

In a video which has surfaced online, Cardi was revealed as the winner of Record of the Year with her collaboration with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, "I Like It". Meanwhile, GaGa nabbed the coveted Song of the Year with her Bradley Cooper duet, "Shallow", which serves as the soundtrack to their award-winning movie "A Star Is Born". Should the report be true, it will be Bradley's first Grammy win.

There's also one interesting revelation in the video. Gabriella Wilson a.k.a. H.E.R. was shown as the winner of the biggest honor, Album of the Year, with her self-titled album. This came as a surprise since there were other strong contenders for the nomination, such as Drake's "Scorpion", Cardi's "Invasion of Privacy", Post Malone's "Beerbongs & Bentleys" and the "Black Panther" soundtrack album. All of the aforementioned efforts topped Billboard 200 chart and broke several records.

It's unknown whether the leaked winners are indeed true. The Recording Academy has yet to comment on the issue. Still, fans were excited to see that their idols would won at the upcoming event. "OMG SHALLOW GOT WHAT IT DESERVED," one GaGa fan exclaimed, as another similarly said, "OMG SHALLOW WON A GRAMMY." Meanwhile, a fan of Cardi wrote, "Cardi the real queen of rap." Another comment read, "Omg Cardi and Gaga won. QUEENS."

Hosted by Alicia Keys, the 2019 Grammy Awards will be held on February 10 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Kendrick Lamar leads the nominations with eight nods, followed by Drake with seven nods.

UPDATE: After this news was published, the Recording Academy's spokesperson releases a statement denying the leak of the partial winner list. Read the full statement here.

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