Beyoncé Performs “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” at the 2017 Grammys, Reminds Everyone Why She’s Queen

A heavily pregnant Beyoncé took to the Grammy stage again tonight.

Despite having just announced her second pregnancy (this time with twins), Beyoncé returned to the Grammys tonight ahead of projected Album of the Year win, and in news that will shock absolutely no one, her "" performance was nothing short of legendary.

Kicking off with an visual section that depicted the superstar as a goddess in a trippy alternate universe, Bey moved into a Nubian rendition of "Love Drought". The name of the game was surrealism as Beyoncé moved across a thin elevated stage. Cycling through several of Lemonade's poetic sections, Beyoncé transitioned seamlessly into "Sandcastles", arguably 'Lemonade's most underrated deep cut. With live vocals that rival the recorded version of the tracks, it's hard to imagine that this wasn't the performance of the night.


What's fantastic about Beyoncé's current attitude is that she simply performs whatever songs make most sense in the context of her current situation, rather than restricting herself to singles. 'Lemonade' is nominated for a whopping 9 accolades tonight and has already picked up several. After that performance, there should be no doubt as to why.

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