Beyoncé’s reign over the GRAMMY Awards began nearly 15 years ago as a member of Destiny's Child. Since then the Queen Bey has raked up an impressive 17 GRAMMYs and 52 total nominations, including six more this year, making her the most-nominated woman in GRAMMY history! ET has been there for every flawless step along the way.
The first time Beyonce hit the GRAMMY red carpet was in 2000 with Destiny's Child when the group included Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and that other girl.
What a difference a year makes! In 2001, following the release of the girl group's second album, The Writings on the Wall and a group shake-up, Destiny's Child was nominated for five GRAMMYs and took home two. Bey was nothing but bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
And when she went solo in 2003, the "Crazy in Love" singer had us going crazy for her duet with Prince at the 46th GRAMMY Awards. To top of the night, she took home five trophies like NBD. Got your hands full there, Bey?
Fast forward to the 2008 ceremony where BB got to perform with one of her biggest idols: Tina Turner!
Then it happened in 2010-- Beyonce broke her own record for the most GRAMMYs won by a female artist in one night, taking home six trophies for I Am... Sasha Fierce. Next? World domination.
Will she do it again this year? Probs.
Don't miss ET’s GRAMMYs pre-show live on Pop this Sunday, Feb. 8., starting at 5 p.m. PT/ET. Go to PopTV.com to find out where to watch.
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