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Meghan Trainor says TikTok saved her career, as she shares the sad truth behind winning her Grammy.

Australian Idol judge Meghan Trainor praises TikTok for saving her career – as she shares the sad truth behind her Grammy win eight years ago

Megan Trainor has praised social media platform TikTok for reviving her career after years of struggling to stay relevant.

The American pop star and Australian Idol judge, 27, shot to global fame in 2014 with her Grammy-winning single All About That Bass, but then battled to replicate the same success.

However, she finally enjoyed a big comeback this year after her new single Made You Look went viral on TikTok as part of a dance challenge.

Megan Trainor has praised social media platform TikTok for reviving her career after years of struggling to stay relevant

“When I got a Grammy, I thought all doors would open. [But] It felt like every door was closing. It felt like everything was twice as hard, if not much harder,” Trainor said The Daily Telegraph.

“It felt like I was going downhill on a slope, downhill. TikTok dragged me out of that dark place and this music, now everyone is saying a comeback.”

Trainor, who is also a popular TikTok personality, praised the Chinese-owned platform for allowing her to connect with her fans on an authentic level.

The American Pop Star And Australian Idol Judge, 27, Shot To Global Fame In 2014 With Her Grammy-Winning Single All About That Bass, But Then Battled To Replicate The Same Success.  Trainor Is Pictured In The Movie Clip For The Song

The American pop star and Australian Idol judge, 27, shot to global fame in 2014 with her Grammy-winning single All About That Bass, but then battled to replicate the same success. Trainor is pictured in the movie clip for the song

“When I Got A Grammy, I Thought All Doors Would Open. [But] It Felt Like Every Door Was Closing.  It Felt Like Everything Was Twice As Hard, If Not Much Harder,

“When I got a Grammy, I thought all doors would open. [But] It felt like every door was closing. It felt like everything was twice as hard, if not much harder,” Trainor told The Daily Telegraph

Meanwhile, the singer-songwriter spent time in Australia filming the upcoming Australian Idol reboot, alongside fellow stars Kyle Sandilands, Amy Shark and Harry Connick Jr.

She was accompanied on the trip by her husband Daryl Sabara and their son Riley, one.

Trainor even told The Daily Telegraph that she and Daryl tried to have another baby while they stayed Down Under, to no avail.

Trainor Even Told The Daily Telegraph That She And Daryl Tried To Have Another Baby While They Stayed Down Under, To No Avail

Trainor even told The Daily Telegraph that she and Daryl tried to have another baby while they stayed Down Under, to no avail

“We tried (to get pregnant) when we were in Australia because we wanted to be able to say we fathered you in Australia, it would have been a cool story to tell but I think the time change was so rocky on my body I couldn’t hold on, but we’re going to try again now that we’re home and chilling out,” she said.

The hitmaker married Sabara – a former child star best known for playing Juni Cortez in the Spy Kids film series – in 2018 after meeting him at a house party in 2014.

Australian Idol will air in 2023 on Channel Seven and Seven Plus.

Meanwhile, The Singer-Songwriter Spent Time In Australia Filming The Upcoming Australian Idol Reboot, Alongside Fellow Stars Kyle Sandilands, Amy Shark And Harry Connick Jr.

Meanwhile, the singer-songwriter spent time in Australia filming the upcoming Australian Idol reboot, alongside fellow stars Kyle Sandilands, Amy Shark and Harry Connick Jr.

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