Sydney Sweeney, Ryan Gosling, Taylor Swift, and Travis Kelce receive Webby Awards nominations.    

New York — Taylor Swift, her Super Bowl-winning boyfriend Travis Kelce, Sydney Sweeney, Ryan Gosling, and Timothee Chalamet are Webby Award finalists this year. The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences named the nominees on Tuesday from 13,000 entries from 70 nations. AP got a sneak peek.

Swift was nominated for best creator or influencer for her Instagram statement encouraging her 283 million followers to vote. The nonpartisan, which she directed her fans to, reported over 35,000 registrations. Kelce's “New Heights” podcast with brother Jason was nominated for best sports podcast. Michelle Obama was nominated for her “The Light Podcast,” while her husband, former President Barack Obama, was nominated for LinkedIn.

The Academy chooses the awards, while fans worldwide vote for The Webby People's Voice Award. That honor is up for vote until April 18. “Late Night with Seth Meyers” writer and comedian Amber Ruffin will host an event on May 13 to unveil all award winners. An actor-designed 2024 Mustang GT was awarded to a winner of a Ford Motor Company sweepstakes. Paris Hilton was nominated for her 10-minute TikTok post on her family's hotel enterprise.

“Ted Lasso” star Brett Goldstein was nominated for his podcast “Films to Be Buried With,” which features guests discussing their life-changing films. In TV and film podcasts, he competes with “The Crown,” “The Last of Us,” “Endeavor,” and “And Just Like That

His Apple TV+ ad, a follow-up to last year's starring Jon Hamm, earned Chalamet a nomination in media and entertainment branded content. The “Dune” star enjoys Apple's streaming service and wonders if he can execute the projects in the ad. “Severance” is odd. I can do weird, Chalamet says

Chalamet will confront Ryan Gosling, who said his Barbie character Ken may have “stolen” one of BTS member Jimin's characteristic features. Jimin received Ken's cherished guitar from Gosling to apologize.

“Paint the Town Red,” “J Christ,” and “Doja Cat” received music video nominations. Megan Thee Stallion's “Cobra,” Olivia Rodrigo's “Vampire,” and Victoria Monet's “On My Mama.” Bravo, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Sesame Street,” and “The Kelly Clarkson Show” are among the finest social presences.

In the public service and activism category, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer promoted a dark-haired Barbie in a pink pantsuit, and Mattel received one for its social media movie tie-ins. The nominations include numerous new categories for AI apps and experiences, like Burger King's cheeseburger nuggets.

PBS has the most nominations with 20, Warner Bros. Discovery 18, Netflix 14, CNN 13, and Paramount, The Washington Post, and MTV Entertainment each with 11. Questlove, Quinta Brunson, Tobe Nwigwe, Roxane Gay, Todd Kaplan, and Meta AI scientist Yann LeCun are Academy members.

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