Beyonce Performs With Baby Bump at 2017 Grammys

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If tonight proves anything at all its this…nothing…stops… Beyonce! In true entertainer style Queen Bey gave her fans definitely what they have been wanting since her tour concluded. An electrifying performance with high-end fashion to boot. Moreover, she answered another burning question that the entire music industry has been dying to know. Let’s dive into this beautiful performance dolls, let’s talk about Beyonce Performs With Baby Bump at 2017 Grammys!

Beyonce Performs With Baby Bump at 2017 Grammys





So much news has been swirling around Beyonce as of late. First, she announced to the world that she would be giving birth to not one baby, but twins. Then, that brought into question her upcoming Coachella performance.

Coachella will be another one for the history books this year. This is because Beyonce will actually be headlining at the popular music festival making her the first black woman to do so. However, after the news of the twins hit many wondered what in world would Bey do. Would the queen still perform? Perhaps would she give the slot to another act?

Well, Beyonce shut down all the talk because she stepped out onto the stage in all her glowing pregnancy glory! Moreover, she was luminous for more reasons than just being with child (actually children wink, wink). For her 2017 Grammys performance Beyonce gleamed in attire with the Midas touch. That lovely gold embellished gown is by Roberto Cavalli. Pure glamour!

Beyonce can also add to her personal tally of Grammys. She added an award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for her album Lemonade to her collection. Congrats on the win Bey and you blew us all away tonight. Can’t wait to see what she does for Coachella in April!

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