Sunday, the singer Beyoncé — who is expecting twins with her husband JayZ — performed “Live Drought” and “Sandcastles, songs from her hit album Lemonade.
Beyoncé was clad in a floor-length gold, sheer belly-highlighting gown with matching headpiece (and microphone!), she moved ethereally while she and her dancers swayed onstage to the music, amid stunning flowers and a shower of confetti.
Tina Lawson introduced her daughter by saying, I believe she earned her nine Grammy nominations.
Beyoncé is the most nominated woman in the history of the Grammy’s.
including album of the year, best music film and best R&B urban contemporary album for Lemonade, song of the year, record of the year and best music video for “Formation,” best pop solo performance for “Hold Up,” best rap/sung performance with Kendrick Lamar for “Freedom,” and best rock performance with Jack White for “Don’t Hurt Yourself.”