St. Vincent is so thrilled with her first Grammy Awards win, she's planning on wearing her trophy on a chain around her neck.
The singer/songwriter, real name Annie Clark, picked up the Best Alternative Music Album accolade for her self-titled fourth album on Sunday night (08Feb15), and she already has big plans for her award.
Clark, who was getting ready for bed in Australia, where she is on tour, when she heard she was a Grammy winner, tells Spin, "It was seven in the morning, and my mum texted me and said, 'Annie won!' It was a group text... It's all such a surprise, really. All you can do ever is to make the things that you like and believe in, and put it out in the world so people can react to it, and then it can weave its way into the fabric of their lives if it matters. I feel incredibly lucky that that happened with this record.
"I think I'm putting the Grammy on a gold chain and I'm just gonna wear it around, hoping I can upgrade my airplane seat because of it. If I can squirrel my way into first class."
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