Beyonce and her baby bump win big on stage for the 2017 Grammy Award Night

The 59th Grammy Award for the 2017 was really a major hit perhaps the biggest of all ever staged. 

The 35-year-old singer platinum multiple Grammy award champions Beyonce who recently broke the internet by announcing she is pregnant with twins was introduced by mum Tina Knowles.

Talking to the crowd, Tina said: "It's with a mother's pride that I introduce my daughter, Beyonce."

As the arena erupted with screams, Beyonce appeared on stage wearing an all-gold outfit.

Living up to her Queen B name, she rocked a large spiked crown on her head.

The Formation singer made sure her baby bump was the centre of attention, wearing a figure-hugging floor-length sequin dress.

Unsurprisingly, the former Destiny's Child star made pregnancy the theme of the night.

The performance started with her pre-recorded voiceover being played to the crowd. In an almost eerie tone, Beyonce can be heard asking: "Do you remember being born?"

She followed this question with a dialogue focused on giving birth and the relationship between mothers and daughters.
Beyonce was then joined on stage by holograms of her mum Tina and daughter Blue Ivy.

Making a powerful statement on the importance of women, she said: "You mother is a woman and women like her cannot be contained."
Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards
With the spoken word segment finished, dancers appeared on stage as Beyonce belted out Love Drought.

Switching things up for her second song, Sandcastles, she sat down on a wooden chair surrounded by flowers.

For this number, Beyonce's dancers — acting as her children — sat on the floor around her.
Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards
In a daring stunt, the chair was then pulled back for a moment as the music icon continued singing.
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The audience was quick to praise Beyonce's female-empowering performance, with loud cheers taking over the stadium as she sang her final note.

Smiling at the response, the singer who will later battle it out with Adele for Best Album of the Year  simply said: "Thank you."


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