A full-beam performance from the nine-times-nominated singer.
At last night’s Grammy Awards, Beyoncé performed a medley of ‘Love Drought’ and ‘Sandcastles’ from her Album of the Year-nominated Lemonade.
Introduced by her mother, Tina Knowles, Bey’s performance was interspersed with voiceover excerpts from the Lemonade film, while the singer herself was showing off her baby bump following last week’s announcement that she’s pregnant with twins.
Beyoncé was nominated for nine awards in the rock, rap, pop, and urban contemporary categories, making her the first artist to be nominated for four genres in the same year. Adele pipped her to best album and best song (and broke her own award in half to share it with her hero), but Bey took home the trophies for best urban contemporary album and best music video, for ‘Formation’.
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The ceremony also included a rare performance from Daft Punk, who performed ‘I Feel it Coming’ with The Weeknd.
Meanwhile, Beyoncé’s unborn twins were the stars of the weekend’s Saturday Night Live in a skit led by ultrasound doctor Alec Baldwin.