Beyonce wins 32nd Grammy, most in award's 63-year history

Beyonce won the awards for best Best R&B song and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album.
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Beyoncé Knowles, Los Angeles, Feb. 5, 2023
Beyoncé Knowles, Los Angeles, Feb. 5, 2023
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Singer Beyonce on Sunday won her 32nd Grammy – the most in the award's 63-year history.

Beyonce, whose last name is Knowles, was unable to accept her 31st Grammy in person reportedly because she was stuck in Los Angeles traffic. So the award for Best R&B song for Beyonce's "Cuff It" was accepted on her behalf by musician Nile Rodgers. 

The win tied her with late conductor Georg Solti, whom she surpassed later in the show with her 32nd Grammy, for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album award for her 2022 record "Renaissance."

The singer in her acceptance speech thanked God, her family and the "queer community," according to Grammy.com.