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Beyoncé delivered a visually-stunning performance at the Grammy Awards 2017, with her glowing baby bump on full display.
The singer was introduced by her mother Tina Knowles, who praised her daughter for her dedication to motherhood as well as her nine nominations.
Bey performed a medley of 'LEMONADE' ballads 'Love Drought' and 'Sandcastles' in her first public performance since announcing her pregnancy.
Watch Beyoncé's full performance below:
The R&B star and her dancers wore opulent gold outfits, with a pre-recorded visual on display behind them as Bey delivered a speech about motherhood.
Despite her growing bump, the star pulled out all the stops as she balanced precariously on a wooden chair during the performance.
Later, the 35-year-old sang amidst a sea of floating petals, reminiscent of her famous pregnancy announcement picture on Instagram.
Bey picked up two awards on the night - 'LEMONADE' won Best Urban Contemporary Album whilst 'Formation' earned the star Best Music Video.
After losing out on Record Of The Year to Adele, the British singer made an emotional Bey cry as she dedicated her award to her.