"It was such an epic moment," Megan told ET of sharing the stage with her inspiration. "Beyoncé is just a treasure to everybody in Houston, pretty sure everybody in the world, but specifically where we are from, we just absolutely love Beyoncé. 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.'"
The win also made history for Beyoncé. With the GRAMMY, she tied Alison Krauss for the most GRAMMYs awarded to a female artist at 27, which Trevor Noah took a moment to acknowledge.