Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, & More Join Beyoncé In Celebrating Historic Grammy Wins In BTS Video

Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, & More Join Beyoncé In Celebrating Historic Grammy Wins In BTS Video

Along with JAY-Z, Kelly Rowland, and others, Beyoncé celebrated becoming the artist with the most Grammy Awards in history.

Beyonce broke the record for the most Grammy Awards wins on Wednesday (February 8), and she shared her jubilation with followers in a behind-the-scenes Instagram video. Queen Bey received four prizes at the 2023 ceremony last weekend, bringing her total to 32 Grammy victories.

The video montage shows unscripted scenes from Beyoncé’s momentous evening, including her winning the Best Dance/Electronic Album trophy for Renaissance inside Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena, posing for photos, celebrating with her loved ones, and more. The Houston native and her husband JAY-Z can be seen dancing in one scene.

At the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, Beyoncé won her 29th through 32nd Grammy awards (February 5). She received awards for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Traditional R&B Performance (Plastic Off the Sofa), and Best R&B Song (Cuff It), in addition to Best Dance/Electronic Album.


“Thank you so much, I’m trying not to get too emotional; I’m trying just to receive this night,” Beyoncé said while holding back tears after earning her historic 32nd Grammy. “I wanna thank God for protecting me. Thank you God. I’d like to thank my uncle Johnny, who’s not here… but he’s here in spirit. I’d like to thank my parents – my mother, my father – for loving me and pushing me.

“I’d like to thank my beautiful husband,” she continued, “my beautiful three children who are watching at home. I’d like to thank the Queer community for your love and for inventing this genre.”

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