Beyoncé Makes History At The Grammys 2023, Taking Home A Record-Shattering 32 Grammys

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Affectionately called Queen Bey by her fans, Beyonce made history last night by winning the most Grammys. We think her millions of fans cannot ask for more than that. Beyoncé made new history at the Grammy Awards, considered the most prestigious in the world of music.

Beyoncé received her 32nd Grammy Award at the 65th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, making her the record holder for the most.

Beyoncé who received the award dressed in a metallic foil look and golden water waves hairstyle thanked her parents, husband, and children for supporting her.

So far in her career, she has been nominated for awards 1362 times and won 543. The list includes a whopping  32 Grammy Awards.

In 2001, Beyoncé won two Grammy Awards for her first song, ‘Say My Name’.

In 2002, she won a Grammy for the  song ‘Survivor’.

In 2004, she won 5 Grammy Awards at the time. ‘Dangerously in Love’, ‘Dangerously in Love2’, ‘The Closer I Get to You’, and ‘Crazy in Love’ were the songs for which she won awards in various categories.

In 2006, She won a Grammy for her song "So Amazing"

In 2010, Beyonce once again showed her dominance at the Grammy Awards. That year ‘I Am... Sasha Fierce’, "Halo", "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)", and "At Last" won 6 Grammy Awards for 4 songs in different categories.

She got one grammy for the song ‘One for Love on Top’ in 2013  and three Grammys for the song ‘Drunk in Love’ in 2015.

Later, she won a grammy for ‘Formation’ in 2017, ‘Everything is Love’ in 2019, and for  ‘Homecoming’ in 2020

In 2021, Beyonce got four Grammys for the songs ‘Black Parade’, ‘Savage’, and ‘Brown Skin Girl’.

This year she won 3 Grammys for the songs ‘Break My Soul’, ‘Plastic off the Sofa’, and ‘Be Alive’, and broke the record of 31 Grammy awards previously held by George Solti.