Things are going from very, very bad to even worse for Taylor Swift.
At this point, we all know about the personal drama between Swift and Kim Kardashian.
The latter has been taking shot after shot at the singer, painting her as a manipulative liar and trying to ruin Swift's reputation.
There was the videotaped phone call between Kanye West and Swift that Kim released, proving that Taylor gave the rapper permission to diss her in the song "Famous."
And then there was Kim releasing footage of herself slamming Swift via that same track just a few days ago.
Take a look below to see what we mean:
So that's been Swift's personal life over the past several days.
And we haven't even yet mentioned the fact that so many critics think Swift is faking her romance with Tom Hiddleston for public relations purposes.
In other words: Taylor really could use a professional win these days.
But she just suffered another loss.
MTV came out with its nominations for the 2016 Video Music Awards this year and we can already announce that Swift will not take home a single trophy.
How can we be so certain?
BECAUSE SHE DIDN'T RECEIVE A SINGLE NOMINATION!
No big deal, you might say? No conspiracy at work here, you may argue?
That could be correct, but consider the following:
Swift led all artists with 10 nominations in 2015.
She took home the trophy for Best Video.
She has debuted three videos off the album "1989" over the past year.
The first, for "Wildest Dreams," actually premiered during the pre-show of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Has it been the most prolific 12 months of Swift's career? No.
But to go from her 2015 haul to zero nominations in 2016? It makes one wonder whether Kanye has somehow influenced MTV producers.
Remember, of course, that Kanye interrupted Swift way back in 2009 when she defeated Beyonce that year for the Best Video crown.
Might he still hold a grudge against her?
It seems that way.
Beyoncé earned a career-best 11 nominations for her Lemonade visuals this yea, while Adele landed seven nods for her 2015 hit “Hello.”
The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards air live from NYC’s Madison Square Garden Sunday, August 28 at 9/8c.