Beyonce Makes History at 2021 Grammys | Celebrity Page

Beyoncé made history last night at the Grammys. The singer obtained her 28th win, making her the first woman to reach that milestone!

At the beginning of the evening, Beyoncé had already 24 Grammys...But as soon as the night started, she accomplished four more Grammys to add to her collection, reaching an historic moment.

Beyoncé won for: Best R&B Performance for "Black Parade," Best Music Video for "Brown Skin Girl," Best Rap Performance and, finally, Best Rap Song for "Savage" with Megan Thee Stallion.

In her acceptance speech, Beyoncé addressed the difficult time we're currently living.

"I wanted to uplift, encourage and celebrate all of the beautiful Black Queens and Kings that continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world."

The secret for Beyoncé success is very clear: hard work. The singer had given all of herself since she was nine-years-old and was still surprised to win her 28th award of the night.

"I can't believe this happened... This is a such a magical night, thank you so much!"

Cherry on top, her entire family won on Sunday -- Jay Z got his 23rd Grammy Award for the Best Rap Song "Savage" having co-written it with his wife and Stallion. And their daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, who is just nine, won Best Music Video with her mother.

And another historic moment happened last night as well: Taylor Swift became the first woman to win Album of the Year three times. The singer showed support for Beyoncé, applauding loudly for her unforgettable moment.

If you want to know more about last night's wins, click here!

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