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Megan Thee Stallion 'can't believe' she won THREE Grammy Awards


Megan Thee Stallion could hardly contain her shock after walking away with THREE Grammy Awards during the 63rd ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

The 26-year-old singer gushed to ET that it ‘feels amazing’ to have scooped Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song – the latter two for her Savage remix with Beyonce

‘I couldn’t believe I was here when I got here and I can’t believe I’m leaving here with three of these,’ said Megan, while proudly cradling her awards.

Shocked: Megan Thee Stallion could hardly contain her shock after walking away with THREE Grammy Awards during the 63rd ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night

Shocked: Megan Thee Stallion could hardly contain her shock after walking away with THREE Grammy Awards during the 63rd ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night

Megan also admitted it was an ‘epic moment’ for her to go on stage holding hands with Beyonce as they accepted the Best Rap Performance honor. 

‘It was such an epic moment! Beyonce is just a treasure to everybody in Houston, pretty sure everybody in the world, but specifically where we are from we just absolutely love Beyonce. 

‘And to have her just seal the deal for me, it’s like a pat on the back like, “I am proud of you girl,”‘ she explained.

Although the win meant a lot to Megan, it also meant a lot to Beyonce being that it allowed her to tie with Alison Krauss as the most Grammys awarded to a female artist, with 27.

Epic: Megan also admitted it was an 'epic moment' for her to go on stage holding hands with Beyonce as they accepted the Best Rap Performance honor

Epic: Megan also admitted it was an ‘epic moment’ for her to go on stage holding hands with Beyonce as they accepted the Best Rap Performance honor

As if one record were not enough, the 39-year-old megastar broke another later in the evening after winning Best R&B Song for ‘Black Parade’, and Megan was thrilled by the achievement. 

‘It’s important, being a Black woman entertainer and Black woman in general. We are here, we here to stay, we gonna stay over,’ the WAP hitmaker expressed proudly.

As well as her wins, Megan delivered a show-stopping performance during the night, which featured her hit tracks Savage and Body.

Love her! 'It was such an epic moment! Beyonce is just a treasure to everybody in Houston, pretty sure everybody in the world, but specifically where we are from we just absolutely love Beyonce,' she told ET

Love her! ‘It was such an epic moment! Beyonce is just a treasure to everybody in Houston, pretty sure everybody in the world, but specifically where we are from we just absolutely love Beyonce,’ she told ET

Pride: 'And to have her just seal the deal for me, it's like a pat on the back like, "I am proud of you girl,"' she explained

Pride: ‘And to have her just seal the deal for me, it’s like a pat on the back like, “I am proud of you girl,”‘ she explained

Megan, who walked away with the Best New Artist gong, provided a healthy dose of Old Hollywood nostalgia as she gyrated on stage in a vaudeville-inspired rhinestone bodysuit and a feathered cape.

With a troupe of lookalike dancers at her side, Megan performed an elaborate dance routine to her Billboard-charting single Body, before going into Savage. 

The Texas native later joined her WAP collaborator Cardi B on stage to perform the controversial hit for audiences at home.

Performer: As well as her wins, Megan delivered a show-stopping performance during the night, which featured her hit tracks Savage and Body

Performer: As well as her wins, Megan delivered a show-stopping performance during the night, which featured her hit tracks Savage and Body

Glamour girl: Megan, who walked away with the Best New Artist gong, provided a healthy dose of Old Hollywood nostalgia as she gyrated on stage in a vaudeville-inspired rhinestone bodysuit and a feathered cape

Glamour girl: Megan, who walked away with the Best New Artist gong, provided a healthy dose of Old Hollywood nostalgia as she gyrated on stage in a vaudeville-inspired rhinestone bodysuit and a feathered cape

Reminiscent of the track’s scandalous music video, the duo made sure to showcase their raunchiest moves in unison for their fans in lockdown.

Cardi B, rocking a bright pink pixie cut, showcased her impossible curves in a futuristic warrior inspired ensemble, after giving the debut performance of her latest single Up. 

‘We spent so many weeks, I think it was a whole month preparing for this performance, and to see it all come together, I am so happy,’ Megan gushed to ET. 

WAP: The Texas native later joined her WAP collaborator Cardi B on stage to perform the controversial hit for audiences at home

WAP: The Texas native later joined her WAP collaborator Cardi B on stage to perform the controversial hit for audiences at home

So happy: 'We spent so many weeks, I think it was a whole month preparing for this performance, and to see it all come together, I am so happy,' Megan gushed to ET

So happy: ‘We spent so many weeks, I think it was a whole month preparing for this performance, and to see it all come together, I am so happy,’ Megan gushed to ET



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