Beyoncé delivered a tour de force Grammys performance that celebrated womanhood, motherhood, and love in a way only Beyoncé could.
Introduced by her mother, Tina Knowles, Queen Bey performed “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” from her nominated visual album Lemonade.
The artist began with a flowing, psychedelic holographic display that mirrored the style of her photoshoot showing off her recent pregnancy. With twins. Still, Beyoncé brought glittery elegance to the Grammys stage with backup dancers drifting, leaning, and bowing to her—serving us some fertility goddess realness.
While nabbing a record number of nominations, Beyoncé faced tough competition with Adele and others over best record and best album.
No matter the awards, this performance will go down in Grammys legend.