Barack and Michelle Obama have earned many titles and awards over their long careers, but early next year they may have a new one in common.

According to Billboard, there is a chance that the former POTUS and FLOTUS could both be owners of Grammy Awards following the January ceremony. This is due to the fact that Michelle has been nominated in the Best Spoken Word Album category, which includes poetry, audiobooks and storytelling, for her reading of 2018's "Becoming."

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If Michelle does pick up the Grammy, she would follow in Barack's footsteps as he won the same award for his 2005 book "Dreams From My Father" and his 2007 work "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream."

However, they would not be the first presidential couple to earn matching Grammys. Bill and Hillary Clinton won their own prestigious awards for their books in 1996 (for Hillary's "It Takes a Village"), 2003 (for Bill's reading of the children's story "Prokofiev: Peter and the World/Beintus: Wolf Tracks"), and 2004 (for Bill's "My Life").

Previously, Michelle discussed the process of writing her book, and the light-hearted competition she has with Barack, in a 2018 interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

In the interview, she revealed how arguments between the two about which stories went into each memoir were basically nonexistent due to the fact that her book came first. She also stated that if Barack's upcoming memoir didn't make it onto Oprah's Book Club, as "Becoming" did, that he would just have to "get over it."

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards will air Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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Former first couple Barack and Michelle Obama have an estimated net worth of $80 million. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images