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Meghan Trainor: I won't stop until I get 10 Grammys

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Meghan Trainor: I won't stop until I get 10 Grammys

Meghan Trainor won't stop until she wins 10 Grammys.

The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker was honoured with Best New Artist at last month's ceremony but wants at least nine more to make things complete.

Speaking on The Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show, she gushed: "It's unreal, it's like a movie! That's the only way I can really explain it, that's the best way. A Grammy on my first try with my first album? It's unreal ...

"I mean I had a chance with this first album and with all the success. I was like, 'Holy c**p, I'm this close to having all my dreams come true! Let's keep going, let's fight.' Now I'm at a place where I'm like alright I need 10, and I'm not stopping until I get 10 or more."

Meanwhile, the 22-year-old star previously admitted losing her voice, due to a hemorrhaged vocal chord, was like a "big slap in the face".

She said: "It was a big slap in the face. I try not to get sick. I was trying my best, but it's hard with my schedule. It's hard to sleep on a moving bus. But I'm trying to be strict now. This morning, I didn't speak at all because I knew I had an hour of interviews to do."