Grammys 2023: Read Beyoncé’s full historic acceptance speech

A tearful Beyoncé delivered a brief however highly effective acceptance speech Sunday after making historical past because the artist with essentially the most Grammy wins of all time.

With her win for dance/digital music album (“Renaissance”), the singer broke the report beforehand set by orchestra conductor Georg Solti. The viewers gave Beyoncé a standing ovation through the present at Arena in Los Angeles.

Beyoncé — who leads the pack with essentially the most Grammy nominations this yr — has additionally claimed the awards for R&B tune (“Cuff It”), conventional R&B efficiency (“Plastic Off the Sofa”) and dance/digital recording (“Break My Soul”).

Below is her full acceptance speech after profitable for dance/digital music album:

Thank you a lot. I’m attempting to not be too emotional. I’m attempting to simply obtain this evening. I need to thank God for safeguarding me. Thank you, God. I’d prefer to thank my Uncle Johnny, who’s not right here, however he’s right here in spirit.

I’d prefer to thank my dad and mom, my father, my mom, for loving me and pushing me. I’d prefer to thank my lovely husband, my lovely three kids, who’re at house watching. I’d prefer to thank the queer neighborhood on your love and for inventing this style. God bless you. Thank you a lot to the Grammys. Thank you.

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