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Brothers Osborne is officially the Grammy winner.
On Sunday evening, the country music duo – siblings TJ and John Osborne – won their first Grammy, and their passionate acknowledgment speech brought the house down.
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The brothers won the Best Country Duo / Group Performance award for their single “Younger Me”.
Accepting the award, TJ explained that the song was written “in response to me coming out”.
The audience applauded his remarks, including Brandy Carlyle, who stood at his feet to greet him.
“I never thought I would be able to make music professionally because of my sexuality. And I certainly never thought I’d take a Grammy after doing something that I thought was going to be life-changing, perhaps in a very negative way, “Continue TJ.” But I’m here tonight – just receiving this award with my brother. No, I love him a lot, but I’m here with a man I love and who loves me again, and I don’t know what I did. Very lucky. “
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Revealed in an interview with TJ in February 2021 Time The magazine said at the time, “I feel very comfortable being gay. I’m personally defending myself because I don’t want to talk about anything I don’t have a problem with. That sounds weird. “