Because the awards show is random and nonsensical enough; we'll go ahead and allow a 1-year-old to do some of the work for us.

This Sunday, Feb 8 at 8/7c the Grammy Awards will once again take over the CBS Television Network. It promises to deliver the world a night plum full of glitz, glamour and totally not pre-fabricated winnings based off of inner-circle popularity against actual cultural worth.

It’s so random and nonsensical, we think a toddler could make fairly accurate predictions …

Music is — as it’s said a million times over — subjective and there aren’t very many listeners who put a whole lot of stake into things like The Grammys anymore. But we need an inanimate object to yell at now that football season is over, so to make the event more appealing and generally frustrating we let our music editor make his predictions and — since she wouldn’t leave him alone at all to get any work done — let his 1-year-old daughter Keanne make her predictions alongside him.

Because nothing says journalistic integrity like letting a toddler do most of the work for us …

Record of the Year

Keanne:  “Shake it Off” – Taylor Swift
Brian:  “Chandelier” – Sia

Album of the Year

Keanne:  “In The Lonely Hour” – Sam Smith
Brian:  “X” – Ed Sheeran

Song of the Year

Keanne:  “Stay With Me” – Sam Smith
Brian:  “Take Me To Church” – Hozier

Best New Artist

Keanne:  Iggy Azalea
Brian:  Iggy Azalea

Best Pop Solo Performance

Keanne:  “Chandelier” – Sia
Brian:  “Happy” – Pharrell Williams

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Keanne:  “Say Something” – A Great Big World feat. Xtina Aguilera
Brian:  “Dark Horse” – Katy Perry feat. Juicy J

Best Pop Vocal Album

Keanne:  “Prism” – Katy Perry
Brian:  “In The Lonely Hour” – Sam Smith

Best Dance Recording

Keanne:  “I Got U” – Duke Dumont feat. Jax Jones
Brian:  “F For You” – Disclosure feat. Mary J. Blige

Best Dance/Electronic Album

Keanne:  “Syro” – Aphex Twin
Brian:  “Do It Again” – Röyksopp & Robyn

Best Rock Song

Keanne:  “Blue Moon” – Beck Hansen
Brian:  “Lazaretto” – Jack White

Best R&B Song

Keanne:  “The Worst” – Jhené Aiko Chilombo
Brian:  “Drunk In Love” – Beyoncé and Jay Z

Best Rap Song

Keanne:  “We Dem Boyz” – Wiz Khalifa
Brian:  “I” – Kendrick Lamar

Best Rap Album

Keanne:  “Nobody’s Smiling” – Common
Brian:  “Nobody’s Smiling” – Common 

Editor’s Note: To be able to garner the most viable predictions from a child who can barely sit still for more than a few seconds, we placed colored cups on the floor and denoted each with a particular album/song/artist/group. Whichever she chose first was then entered as a prediction onto highly professional college-ruled paper. As much as I wanted to, I so terribly wanted to leave Taylor Swift out of the whole voting process — as she'll inevitably win every single thing she's up for — but we here at The Rooster are accurate as fuck. Science!