Beyoncé makes Grammy history and becomes most decorated female artist ever

Beyoncé makes Grammy history and becomes most decorated female artist ever

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Beyoncé makes Grammy history and becomes the most decorated female artist ever.

QUEEN Bey has broken the record for the most Grammys won by a woman and any singer, male or female, with 28 awards now under her belt having swept the RnB and rap categories.

Her incredible achievement saw her surpass Alison Krauss and equal the number of awards won by The Beatles.

The 63rd Grammy Awards was held in Los Angeles last night, Sunday, March 14, adapted to the pandemic in which women stole the show.

And the night got off to a winning start for Beyoncé before the televised ceremony even kicked off with the superstar and her nine-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter winning the award for best music video for the single ‘Brown Skin Girl’.

The former Destiny’s Child soloist went on to scoop Best RnB Performance, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song and Best Music Video.

It was incredible for Taylor Swift, too, who now holds the title for the first woman to win the Grammy for Best Album of the Year three times, something that only names like Frank Sinatra had achieved.

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande (Best Pop Collaboration), Bad Bunny (Best Latin Album) and Billie Eilish (Best Song Written for Audiovisual) were also some of the big winners on the night.

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