Brittany Malooly
Updated Jan 31, 2017 @ 4:58 pm
The 58th Annual Grammy Awards
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We all remember Taylor Swift’s crazy powerful Grammy speech last year, right? The one where she decided to take some time to talk to young girls about their self-worth? How could we forget?! Well, someone went ahead and made an insanely inspiring video about female empowerment using Taylor’s compelling words. We are DEFINITELY feeling it.

The video showcases a variety of young girls reciting Taylor’s speech line for line while following their passions, such as playing the violin, dancing, and conducting.

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We ESPECIALLY love this young girl’s tribute to the late David Bowie:

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Here is Taylor’s speech, which she delivered after winning Album of the Year:

Are we the only ones with chills?! Ah.

You can check out the full video here:

The video, which is a part of the It Was You campaign, has been released to promote the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Chief Marketing Officer of the Recording Academy Evan Greene said in a statement to People that he felt it was crucial to reach out to women given the current social and political climate.

He said, “It was important to me to also create something that would speak specifically to them — and all women — using music’s inspirational language to help them feel empowered.”

Love it! Rock on, girls.

The Grammys are on Sunday, February 12th! Up this year to take Taylor’s spot for Album of the Year? Adele’s 25, Beyoncé’s Lemonade, Justin Bieber’s Purpose, Drake’s Views, and Sturgill Simpson’s A Sailor’s Guide to Earth. Ahhh, we can’t wait to watch!

Whoever wins and has to follow Taylor’s speech has a tough act to follow.