Beyoncé (pictured) broke the internet on the first of this month when news broke about her being pregnant with twin babies.
To dispel the rumors about a surrogate mother carrying her children, the 35-year-old “Me, Myself, and I” singer posted pictures of her obvious baby bump on Instagram. The big pregnancy move had many of Beyoncé’s fans wondering what her next move would be now that Blue Ivy was about to get two new siblings.
Some thought the busy entertainer would probably take it easy since a pregnancy with twins is a more of a toll on a woman’s body than a pregnancy with one child is. However, Beyoncé is obviously not the average woman who graces stages for a living after recording Billboard hits in the studio.
At this year’s Grammy Awards, Beyoncé gave another one of her jaw-dropping show stoppers at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. She wasn’t originally scheduled to perform at the Grammys last night. However, in true Beyoncé fashion, the electric superstar gave viewers and attendees a big surprise appearance on stage.
Producers of the televised awards show obviously made a willing exception for an artist who could arguably be called the hardest working woman in show business. Jessica Goodman, a columnist for Entertainment Weekly wrote the following about Beyoncé’s Grammy performance:
“After a mix of pre-tape video and technical tricks, Beyoncé performed “Love Drought” from Lemonade amid a sea of dancers. The ethereal set featured Beyoncé dressed like a goddess, complete with a golden sun crown. She then transitioned into the song “Sandcastles,” another ballad off the blockbuster album.” (EW.com)
In addition to giving her fans another dose of her overwhelming grace on the stage, Beyoncé won two of the nine Grammy Awards she was nominated for. She won the Best Urban Contemporary Album honor for 2016’s Lemonade, as well as the Best Music Video for the song “Formation.”