Taylor Swift is filling a blank space on her résumé with another prestigious title: Academy member.
The “Cruel Summer” artist has been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences—the voting body behind the Oscars—along with Keke Palmer, Austin Butler, Stephanie Hsu, Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and more.
“The Academy is proud to welcome these artists and professionals into our membership,” Academy CEO Bill Kramer and Academy President Janet Yang said in a press release on June 28. “They represent extraordinary global talent across cinematic disciplines, and have made a vital impact on the arts and sciences of motion pictures and on movie fans worldwide.”
Swift and Tesfaye will be members of the Academy’s music branch, meaning they will have voting power over music nominations and who takes home the highly-coveted golden statuettes, beginning with the 2024 Oscars.
Tesfaye previously earned an Oscar nomination in 2016 for “Earned It” from Fifty Shades of Grey. While Swift has not yet received an Oscar nomination, she did land on the Oscars shortlist—a select group of candidates vying for a nomination—for her song “Carolina” from Where the Crawdads Sing.