If she takes home the illustrious award posthumously, it will be her first Grammy. She was also nominated in 2009.
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But Fisher isn’t the only icon up for a posthumous award.
Rock legend Chris Cornell, who took his own life in May, was nominated in the best rock performance category for his song “The Promise.” Cornell is up against another late icon, Leonard Cohen, for “You Want It Darker.” Cohen, who is nominated for two Grammys this year, died in November 2016.
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Cornell has already won multiple Grammys as the lead singer of Soundgarden.
Gregg Allman, who also died in May, is nominated in multiple categories, including best American roots song and best Americana album.
The Grammy Awards will take place Jan. 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.