On Sunday, the world’s biggest music awards ceremony, The Grammy Awards, took place and true to Grammy style – there is a lot to talk about!
Quite expectedly, Adele was one of the biggest winners of the night walking away with Album of the Year for her album 25; song and record of the year for her single Hello.
An emotional Adele who had beat Beyoncé in all three categories gave a heartfelt acceptance speech dedicated to Beyoncé and her Lemonade album.
“I can’t possibly accept this award. . . the Lemonade album was just so monumental, and so well thought out, and so beautiful and soul bearing. We all got to see another side to you that you don’t often let us see,” Adele said in her speech.
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This came after Adele had a bit of a tough time performing her tribute to the late George Michael, a performance she repeatedly started over.
Beyoncé, who was nominated for nine Grammys, went on to receive the Grammy for Best Music Video for her single Formation, and Best Urban Contemporary for Lemonade. Outside of her awards, Beyoncé, who recently announced that she is pregnant with twins, gave a breathtaking performance of Love Drought and Sandcastles showing off her pregnant belly.
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Chance The Rapper also stole the show walking away with three Grammys in hand. These were for Best New Artist, Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance – and he received all of these as an unsigned artist!
He got his chance to shine following an announcement by the Recording Academy that they would be relaxing their eligibility rules and would allow entries of works that have been released on streaming platforms.
“I want to thank God for my mother and my father, who supported me since I was young, for Kirsten, for Kensli, for all of Chicago, and I want to thank God for putting amazing people in my life,” the rapper said in his acceptance speech.
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