Beyoncé, Viola Davis and More Win Big At The 2023 Grammy Awards

The world’s most successful musicians met at the Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday night for the 65th Grammy Awards, which featured a night of historic triumphs and significant milestones. For the third time in a row, comedian Trevor Noah served as the host.

Beyoncé is now the artist with the most Grammy Award wins in history after winning numerous awards in the dance/electronic and R&B categories. Samara Joy was awarded best new artist, Lizzo won single of the year, Bonnie Raitt won song of the year, and Harry Styles received the album of the year accolade.

Kendrick Lamar, Brandi Carlile, Encanto and the newest member of the EGOT family, Viola Davis, all received numerous prizes during the Premiere Ceremony, which was hosted by comedian Randy Rainbow.

Later on in the evening, Beyoncé eclipsed Solti’s record by winning best dance/electronic album for Renaissance, giving her a total of 32 career victories. “I’m trying not to be too emotional”, she said, in spite of being emotional as she accepted the latter medal, “I’m trying to just receive this night”, she added.

Her husband Jay-Z, whom she praised in her speech, and the audience gave her a standing ovation. She also expressed gratitude to her admirers, known as the Hive, “for protecting me” as well as “the queer community for your love and for inventing the genre” for which she won.

This year, the audience saw a variety of well-known performers hit the stage. Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Brandi Carlile, Kim Petras, Mary J. Blige, Luke Combs, Lizzo, and Sam Smith were among the performers.


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