You Can Now Own Grammy-Themed Garbage Pail Kids of Taylor Swift, Harry Styles & More

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Taylor Swift poses in the press room at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles.

Editor's Note: We removed the description of the BTS card, due to its insensitive nature. Topps also responded: "We hear and understand our consumers who are upset about the portrayal of BTS in our GPK Shammy Awards product and we apologize for including it. We have removed the BTS sticker card from the set, we have not printed any of the sticker card and it will not be available."

The Grammys' glitz and glamour -- but make it icky.

In honor of the star-studded 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Mar. 14), trading card company Topps unveiled a new Garbage Pail Kids collection featuring some of the biggest performers from the night as the characteristically funky looking sticker cards.

The hilariously titled "Shammy Awards" collection features Taylor Swift as "Tree-Swift," showing the singer on top of the moss-covered house she performed her Folklore and Evermore hits from, but this time, the greenery encompasses her and she is truly one with nature.

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Topps Garbage Pail Kids Collection

Harry Styles' stylish green feather boa turns into a ferocious creature in his Garbage Pail Kids card, as  "Harry Boa" looks terrified at the unexpected fashion attack.

Billie Eilish is transformed into "Buoyant Billie," floating on top of her "Everything I Wanted" car through a river into the carpool lane.

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Topps Garbage Pail Kids Collection
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Topps Garbage Pail Kids Collection

Garbage Pail Kids were first launched back in 1985 as a parody to the then-popular Cabbage Patch Kids dolls. Since then, the brand has created addictively gross collectible sticker cards channeling Tiger King, Halloween monsters and more.

Check out the "Shammy Awards" set, featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Bruno Mars and more, for $19.99 until Mar. 23 here.

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