Grammys: Meryl Streep Among Nominees for Spoken Word Album

Meryl Streep, Ronan Farrow, Ken Jennings
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Elsewhere, Billie Eilish is up for her theme song to the James Bond movie 'No Time to Die.'

Meryl Streep is among the Hollywood stars nominated for best spoken word album at the 63rd Grammy Awards, revealed by the Recording Academy on Tuesday. The actress received a nod on Friday for her reading of E.B. White's Charlotte's Web. 

Among the other nominees are Ronan Farrow for his nonfiction thriller Catch and Kill, which explored the decades of sexual misconduct by imprisoned media mogul Harvey Weinstein, and Jeopardy veteran Ken Jennings for Alex Trebek — The Answer Is …  Rachel Maddow is also nominated for Blowout: Corrupted Democracy, Rogue State Russia, and the Richest, Most Destructive Industry On Earth; while Flea is nominated for Acid for the Children: A Memoir.

Nominees in the comedy album category include Tiffany Haddish for Black Mitzvah, Patton Oswalt for I Love Everything, Jerry Seinfeld for 23 Hours to Kill, Bill Burr for Paper Tiger and Jim Gaffigan for The Pale Tourist.

Among the songs written for visual media, Billie Eilish and her brother and collaborator Finneas Baird O'Connell are recognized for the James Bond movie soundtrack No Time to Die. Taylor Swift joins Andrew Lloyd Webber in a nomination for the song "Beautiful Ghosts," from Cats.

Elsewhere in the visual media categories, compilation soundtrack nominees include Bill & Ted Face the Music, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Frozen 2, Jojo Rabbit and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

Max Richter's score for Ad Astra is nominated alongside Kamasi Washington's score for Becoming, Hildur Gudnadóttir's score for Joker, Thomas Newman's score for 1917 and John Williams' score for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

Trevor Noah is hosting the Grammy Awards on Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. on CBS.