After she was introduced by her mother at the 59th annual Grammy Awards, Beyoncé Knowles hit the Grammy stage with a performance that had been touted by CBS as one that people would be talking about in the morning.
— Mashable (@mashable) February 13, 2017
Knowles’ performance began with a spoken word segment from her Grammy-winning album “Lemonade” and contained an elaborate CGI spectacle featuring members of her family.
Beyoncé’s performance, which was a medley from her album, including hits “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles,” was one of the more eye-catching shows of the evening and was complete with visual homages to Oshun, a goddess of love and empowerment.
For much of the subdued performance, Beyoncé was seated as dancers slowly moved around her.
— CBS (@CBS) February 13, 2017
Earlier this month, Beyoncé announced that she was pregnant with twins.