American singer, Beyoncé has broken a historical record at the 65th Grammy Awards on Sunday, January 5.
The superstar became the winner of most Recording Academy Awards with 32 awards.
In her speech, she thanked God, her parents, and the queer community.
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The excitement was at its peak inside the Crypto Arena, in Los Angeles, California, where the 65th edition of the Grammy Awards took place.
The entrepreneur born 41 years ago in Houston, Texas, also became the artiste with the most nominations, 88, of all time.
The singer, who was a late arrival at the ceremony after being stuck in traffic, won for best R&B song, best dance/electronic recording, best dance/electronic album, and best traditional R&B performance. She has now won 32 Grammy awards.
She said during her speech:
“Thank you, I try not to get too emotional, I want to thank God, also my uncle Johnny, who is not here, but he is here in spirit. my parents, my father, my mother, for loving me and pushing me, to my beautiful husband, to my three children who are at home watching. To the queer community for their love and for embracing this genre.”
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