With her Bey-by bump in full effect, Beyoncé chose a red sequin custom Peter Dundas gown when she accepted two awards for Lemonade and “Formation.”
And of course she wore a crown for her performance like the true queen she is, stepped in stage with massive golden halo and glittering lace gown, also by Peter Dundas.
She presented the record of the year award to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson wearing a white lace mock-neck gown by Inbal Dror.
And the singer wore a black lace Proenza gown in 2015, when she took home three Grammys.
The singer looked like an angel in a ethereal white custom-made Roberto Cavalli design which was backlit beautifully by stage lights for her performance of of the Thomas A. Dorsey gospel song “Take My Hand, Precious Lord.”
From her wet-look bob to her sheer lace Michael Costello dress, Bey deserved an award solely for her ensemble.
For her unforgettable ‘Drunk In Love’ performance with husband JAY-Z, the star sported a sheer, caged bodysuit.
On stage, she wore a femme-bot-inspired Atelier Versace dress during her performance of “If I Were a Boy.”
The singer wore a baby blue and silver embellished dress with a matching glistening cuff.
To hit the stage, she paired a lime green bodysuit with a matching black and green glittering blazer.
And she managed to one-up herself in this metallic number for her performance with Tina Turner, who will be receiving the lifetime achievement award at the 2018 Grammys.
She kept things simple with a champagne bead-embellished knee-length dress in 2007.
And she went for a classic taupe and gold strapless Elie Saab gown in 2006.
Only Bey could show up in a gold gown that resembled an actual Grammy award — and then proceed to win five in one night.
Purple eye shadow and a matching sheer top and skirt made up her 2002 look.
Remember when Bey’s mom, Miss Tina, designed all of Destiny’s Child costumes? Here, an iconic green mermaid-like moment for the trio, who won an award for “Survivor.”
Back to where it all began: alongside her fellow Destiny’s Child members dressed in white beaded separates (designed by Miss Tina of course), and took home two awards for “Say My Name.”