Beyoncé broke records at the 63rd Grammy Awards to become the female artist with the most Grammy wins ever. She celebrated her awards with her husband, Jay-Z.
At a post-ceremony dinner held to commemorate the Grammy Awards later that evening, Beyoncé set pulses racing in a glamorous outfit as she celebrated her record-breaking Grammy wins with her husband, Jay-Z.
Beyoncé was the star of the night as she arrived in the company of her husband at the Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica, California for the post-ceremony dinner.
Beyoncé in a custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture dress alongside her husband, rapper Jay-Z | Photo :Schiaparelli Haute Couture
She posted some of the pictures taken at the celebratory dinner on her Instagram page. In the pictures, she dazzled in a magnificent silver sequined ball gown. She topped this off with a sheer veil and turban to match.
According to a source, the dress was custom-made by Burberry and featured long sleeves, a high neck, and a corseted waist that showcased her curves. She also had an attendant help with the long train.
One of the pictures the "Black Is King" singer posted showed her kissing Jay-Z, her husband of 13 years, on the side of his face. Jay-Z was dressed more casually rocking a black hoodie under a perfectly tailored suit jacket.
Her 9-year old daughter, Blue-Ivy, also bagged a Grammy for featuring on her mother’s song, "Brown Skin Girl."
Beyoncé also showed off her three-row hooped diamond drop earrings by Lorraine Schwartz in a close-up picture. At the event, after receiving her award, she hugged her husband and went on to give a speech. She said:
“And it’s been such a difficult time so I wanted to uplift, encourage, celebrate all of the beautiful black queens and kings that continue to inspire me...”
With a total of 28 Grammy Awards, the superstar singer has broken the record as the most decorated female artist of all time and the artist with the most Grammy wins.
She reportedly made a surprise appearance at the awards ceremony as the producers were not expecting her. She stepped in as the artist with the most nominations - 9 categories - and left with 4 awards taking her tally to 28.
She also stated that she was overwhelmed by the feat she had just achieved saying that she had been working on her dreams since she was 9 years old. Her 9-year old daughter, Blue-Ivy, also bagged a Grammy for featuring on her mother’s song, "Brown Skin Girl."