She now hold the record for the most award at the age of just 32, here's what she said...
Beyonce got very emotional after receiving the award for best dance/electronic music album that goes by the name Renaissance. She now holds the record for the most Grammy award at the age of 32. In the emotional speech she have an heal touching shout out to her children, her family and the queer community as well.
"Thank you so much," she said as she began her acceptance speech. "I'm trying not to be too emotional. I'm trying to just receive this night. I want to thank God for protecting me. Thank you, God."
She then took the oppotunity to thank her "Uncle Johnny" who has passed away. She also thanked her parents "for loving me and pushing me."
She continued, "I'd like to thank my Uncle Johnny, who's not here. But he's here in spirit. I'd like to thank my parents — my father, my mother, for loving me, and pushing me. I'd like to thank my beautiful husband, my beautiful three children who are at home watching."
The singer then wrapped up her acceptance speech with an extremely special shout out to the Queer community, she said, "I'd like to thank the queer community for your love, and for inventing this genre," Beyoncé said. "God bless you. Thank you so much to the Grammys. Thank you."
Trevor Noah who hosted the Grammy for the third time consecutively this year called Beyonce the uncontested GOAT.
"Beyonce has done it, everybody!" he said following her emotional acceptance speech. "She now holds the all-time record for the most grammy wins, so we can finally end the GOAT debate. It's done now. Who's the GOAT? It's Beyoncé. It's done. It's not LeBron, it's not Jordan, it's not Tom Brady, it's not Messi. It's done. It's officially done."
She took to Instagram to share her joy with all her fans and thanked them once again and said that she is grateful. She writes, To my Hive, thank y'all so much for all of your love and loyalty! Big thank you for the BREAK MY SOUL and CUFF IT wins!!!"
The previous holder of this record was the Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who had 31 Grammy Award wins. She is known across Europe and also holds the post of music director at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for more than 2 decades.
You can watch the 65th Grammy Award on Paramount+ if you didn't catch it live on CBS.