Beyonce Graces the 2016 GRAMMYs to Present Record of the Year to Bruno Mars

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Thank you, Queen Bey!

We had to wait the entire GRAMMYs to get an appearance from Beyonce -- who sadly did not perform "Formation," but did present Record of the Year to Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars for "Uptown Funk." Decked out in a gorgeous white gown, the 34-year-old singer simply beamed on the awards show stage.

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There were rumors that Beyonce would make a big announcement during her appearance (like a new album, perhaps), but alas, no such mention was made. Also, despite false tweets that her album had dropped on Tidal shortly after she appeared, there is no new record on the music streaming service.

Either way, it's shaping up to be a big year for Beyonce, who performed with Coldplay during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, the day after dropping a new single and video, which is A. amazing, and B. causing "all this conversation."

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Watch SNL's hilarious sketch about the song below.