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"This verdict does not bring back Mr Floyd," wrote Bridgerton producer Shonda Rhimes. "But justice is truth."
“I’m sweating! Beyoncé’s head is wet! This wing is wrecking me,” Rudolph's Beyoncé said during the Saturday Night Live sketch.
Grammys 2021 did not disappoint with gongs for Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Harry Styles’ feather boa. The second series of Drag Race UK came to an end, so we talk highlights.
The nine-year-old scooped her first ever Grammy during Sunday night's awards show.
The music superstar surpassed country artist Alison Krauss's record for the most Grammy wins by a female artist in history.
Here's our quick run-through of the Grammys moments you might have missed.
Taylor Swift and Megan Thee Stallion also picked up some of the top awards of the night.
The youngster's feature on the Beyoncé song Brown Skin Girl has earned her a Grammy.
The 2008 winner of the ITV talent show explained how she and the megastar "literally blagged it”.
"I was disgusting. I turned into a teenage girl. It was ridiculous," the Strictly Come Dancing judge recalled.
Can we get a Beyoncé-Chico collab, please?
Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Hailee Steinfeld are among those featured on the track.
Kimberley Walsh has hinted at a reunion of Girls Aloud, following the girls reconciliation with Nadine Coyle. We’re hoping for a return of the pop group for their 2022 anniversary! Also in the show, a dog clip that’ll get you chuckling and the House of Mouse lift the curtain on their successful theme parks.
Adele Pays Tribute To Beyoncé As She Shares Photo Of Her Watching New Visual Album: 'Thank You Queen'
Beyoncé debuted Black Is King on Disney+ in August.
Beyoncé Stuns Fans After Debuting Already Music Video To Tie In With Black Is King Release On Disney+
It is taken from her new visual album on Disney's streaming service, which is based on her The Lion King: The Gift soundtrack.
The ceremony took place virtually instead of at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where it was held last year.
Former first lady Michelle Obama described the singer as an "inspiration" at the annual event.
The album, which will debut on Disney+, is described as a “celebratory memoir for the world on the Black experience”.
The Finnish star has also revealed why Lady Gaga and Beth Ditto are two of her biggest inspirations.