Beyoncé Looks Back on Historic Grammys Night in New Video

At this past weekend's Trevor Noah-hosted awards ceremony, Beyoncé made history by bagging what marked her 32nd win from the Recording Academy.

Beyonce on the 2023 Grammys stage

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Beyonce on the 2023 Grammys stage

Beyoncé is reflecting on a massively historic Grammys night in her latest social media update.

In the Instagram-shared compilation clip, notably soundtracked to “CUFF IT (WETTER REMIX),” fans are given a behind-the-curtain look at Beyoncé’s big night. Jay-Z makes an expectedly celebratory appearance in the clip, which also features a fast-paced assortment of photos.

During Sunday’s ceremony, Beyoncé first tied Georg Solti’s record 31 wins with a Best R&B Song win for Renaissance track “CUFF IT.” Not long after, she toppled that record by emerging victorious in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category, which brought her career wins total to 32.

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“I’m trying not to be too emotional and I’m trying to just receive this night,” she said when taking the stage to accept the latter award. Deeper into the speech, she thanked her family and her “beautiful husband” for their support. She closed out her remarks with a special message in connection with the inspiration behind her acclaimed Renaissance album.

“I’d like to thank the queer community for your love and for inventing this genre,” she said.

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Beyoncé’s first Grammys victory came back in 2001, when the Destiny’s Child track “Say My Name” took home two wins. Among her other career wins are Best Contemporary R&B Album for Dangerously in Love in 2004, Song of the Year for “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)” in 2010, Best R&B Performance for “Drunk in Love” with Jay-Z in 2015, Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl” in 2021, and numerous others.

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