Records were broken, EGOTs were achieved has Beyonce’s four Grammys gave her a record total of 32 awards, one more than the Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti.
The Grammy Awards proved that awards ceremonies are back in full swing with all the bells and whistles — and none of the Covid-19 restrictions. There was no postponed start date, no Zoom acceptance speeches, no fears of BTS members being too ill with Covid to perform — and no plastic dividers in sight. Just like the good ol’ days.
All of the world’s biggest names in music were also in the same room, drinking, laughing, and looking amazing. A seating plan brought together the likes of Harry Styles, Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Adele, Jay Z, and Beyonce.
Speaking of Queen Bey, 41, she broke the record for the most Grammy wins ever. Her four Grammys took her awards haul to an astonishing 32.
Her awards for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Best R&B Song, Best Traditional R&B Performance, and Best Dance/Electronic Recording meant she overtook Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who won 31 Grammys. Beyonce is now the most decorated artist in Grammys history.