Beyoncé made history by earning four more Grammy Awards, taking her total to 28, making her the most Grammy-winning female artist in history after overtaking Alison Krauss (who has 27 Grammy Awards). Beyoncé picked up Best Music Video for "Brown Skin Girl", Best R&B Performance for "Black Parade", as well as Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for her appearance on Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage" remix.
Taylor Swift also made history by becoming the first female artist ever to win Album Of The Year three times. She won Album Of The Year last weekend (14 March) for Folklore, and previously won Album Of The Year in 2016 for 1989, and again in 2010 for Fearless. The only other artists that have ever won Album Of The Year three times are Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder.
Last night (15 March) former First Lady Michelle Obama took to Twitter to congratulate both artists on their historic wins. She wrote to Beyoncé, "So amazed by Beyoncé and her record-breaking 28 GRAMMY wins! Congrats, Queen Bey - album after album, your music continues to define and elevate the moment, bringing us joy, soothing our pain, and filling our hearts with so, so much pride."
She added of Swift, "And congrats to Taylor Swift on her record-breaking third GRAMMYs win for Album of the Year! I'm so proud of all the artists who continue to use their music and talents to inspire us all."