The 59th GRAMMY Awards - Show

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Beyonce reminded everyone why she’s on top of the totem pole with a remarkable and memorable Grammy performance that will likely go down as one of the most creative performances in Grammy history. Looking every bit like an ethereal goddess in a gold gown and a crown fit for a majestic queen, Beyonce dazzled and captivated audiences with “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” from her culture-moving Lemonade album. At one point, Queen literally took a seat at the table before giving the Beyhive a heart attack by leaning back into her chair. The performance was incredible as it was breathtaking, and she exuded a level of maternal calm that can be explained in no other way than pure goddess energy.

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Before the show even started, Beyonce collected a Grammy for “Best Music Video” for “Formation.”


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