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Grammys TV Review: Beyoncé Makes Winning History; Music’s Big Night Gets A Lot Of Its Beat Back With Hip Hop Celebrations & Mixtape Of A CBS Show

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Dr. Jill Biden was in the house tonight at the 65th annual Grammy Awards, but the real first lady on the live CBS telecast was clearly Beyoncé.

Taking home two awards before the downtown LA show started on the small screen and Paramount+, and then Best R&B song with “Cuff It” and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for Renaissance in the broadcast itself, Queen Bey is now literally the Queen of the Recording Academy with 32 wins — that’s more than any artist ever in Grammy history.

You rarely see someone as phlegmatic as Beyoncé miss a beat, but even she did when got up to accept her record breaking trophy as the crowd of Grammy winners past, present and likely future and thousands of fans in the arena went wild for the undisputed G.O.A.T.

A bet that almost no one want to wager against all week leading up to music’s big night, the hype of Beyoncé’s barrier breaking victory, along with Harry Styles’ Album of the Year award, was but two of many elements giving the more the nearly four-hour show some real drama on and off stage, Taking it to the dancer filled stage in the round in DTLA tonight with 2023 winner Bad Bunny and the first fully in-person show in three years, from the get-go, the once again Trevor Noah hosted show even had Taylor Swift busting a genuine move in her front row seat.

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