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The Grammy Highlights Ladies On a Historic Evening

Even though things look a ton changed for the Grammys 2021 after being delayed because of COVID-19, we're finally here. You can always depend on music's greatest night to give two things: Incredible performances, and serious style moments. Hosted by Trevor Noah, the Grammys 2021 red carpet is bringing the power of the music industry's hottest stars. On the off chance that you missed any moment from the show, we have you covered with the most important events, winners & nominees in the Grammys 2021. An unprecedented night for pop icon Beyoncé, a helpful take for rising superstar Megan Thee Stallion, a gesture towards Taylor Swift's incomparable vision. Beyoncé gathered her 28th Grammy Award. This places her in equivalent second position on the list of most-awarded Grammy winners with Quincy Jones and makes her the most awarded female artist in history. Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion shared a sweet and touching moment as they accepted the Grammy for Best Rap Song for their hit, "Savage". Also, Megan Thee Stallion won best new artist. Artist Taylor Swift's album of the year win

for 'Folklore' at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards has made her the primary female artist to win the top honor three times in her career. Dua Lipa, winner of the award for the best pop vocal album for "Future Nostalgia" About Billie Eilish, she seemed stunned when her single "Everything I Wanted" took out the night's top prize, for the record of the year. In the end, we also mention; BTS didn't win their first Grammy award this year however their heavenly demonstration at the ceremony made history. The famous septet was nominated in the 'Best Pop Duo/Group Performance' category for their raving hit 'Explosive' and performed the same song at the Grammys. This is the first time that BTS performed one of its songs live.


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