Beyoncé Steals The Show With A Breathtaking, Multimedia Art Display During Grammys Performance

The singer was glowing in more ways than one.

From the second Tina Knowles introduced her daughter Beyoncé to the Grammys stage, the performance was off to a memorable start. And we wouldn't expect anything less from Queen Bey, who sparkled like a star on stage in a bedazzled gown with a beautiful accessory … her baby bump carrying twins with husband Jay Z.

Beyoncé continued the feel of her Lemonade album by incorporating poetry and multimedia art into her performance of "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles." The computer-generated colorful imagery paired with her live performance gave a trippy feeling as audience members gazed at the singer adorned in a large gold crown and floating across a long, catwalk-like table surrounded by her devotees.

The "Formation" singer never does anything small and this ode to her mother, daughter, unborn babies, and the generations they each represent was no different.

Hip-hop's royal family was definitely in the building as Jay Z watched his wife proudly with their 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, close by.  

The 22-time Grammy winner (as of this writing, and over her more than a decade-long career) still has the chance to take home more trophies, having scored nine nominations for tonight's ceremony. Her most recent was a win for Best Urban Contemporary Album. While accepting the award, she described her album Lemonade as "a body of work that would give a voice to our pain," speaking to Lemonade becoming one of the many bodies of work protesting social injustice and police brutality


Check out a portion of the performance below:

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