The nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards are here, and as expected there are a fair share of snubs and surprises.

The Recording Academy decided to give all music fans a very interesting Thanksgiving dinner argument as they announced their nominations for this year Tuesday.

Artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish and Doja Cat appeared exactly where they were expected, but like every year, the rest of the nominations came full of some disappointing snubs and big surprises.

Jon Batiste had a big day as he leads the nominations with 11 nods. After receiving just two nods last year, Batiste has surpassed his old records exceedingly at this year’s Grammy’s. He earned recognition for Album of the Year and Best R&B Album for his 2021 solo album, “We Are,” as well as nominations for Record of the Year, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Improvised Jazz Solo, Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Best American Roots Performance, Best American Roots Song, Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media, Best Contemporary Classical Composition and Best Music Video.

Batiste is followed by Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and H.E.R. with eight nods, and Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish with seven.

It might sound surprising, but Selena Gomez finally got her first-ever Grammy nomination for her passion project, the Spanish-language album “Revelación,” which was recognized in the Best Latin Pop Album category.

Yet another surprise nomination was that of Kanye West, who landed his first “Album Of The Year” nomination as a lead singer for “Donda.”

The Army was highly disappointed to see that their favorite boy band was once again snubbed at the Grammy’s, as the Korean group received just one nod that too not in one semi-niche category pop duo/group performance for “Butter.”

Fans expected Ariana Grande also to be among the lead nominations, but sadly she was left out from the big four general field categories.

Other artists that fared worse than expected were Drake, Megan Thee Stallion, Tyler the Creator, Ed Sheeran, and last year’s “Album Of The Year” award winner Taylor Swift, who once again received a nod in the “Album Of The Year” category for “Evermore,” but that was about it.

The Grammy Awards originally set for January 31, 2021 are postponed over coronavirus The Grammy Awards originally set for January 31, 2021 are postponed over coronavirus Photo: AFP / Don EMMERT