Beyonce Grammys performance 2010

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Beyonce Knowles was the star of the 2010 Grammys as she picked up a record six Grammy awards during the night.  Miss Sasha Fierce also had a powerful performance during the awards show, which featured Beyonce leading a troop of futuristic soldiers to the stage through the audience.  In the Beyonce Grammys Performance 2010 she and the soldiers stomped on stage before she performed her hit song “If I Were a Boy” with attitude and confidence.  Beyonce wore a short, eye-catching puffy dress with heels to further add to her showstopping performance.

After finishing up the first song, Beyonce launched into a well-known Alanis Morrisette track, “You Oughta Know”.  The R&B diva walked out to a circular platform in the middle of the crowd for part of the song, with her futuristic soldiers lining the audience.  Add to that Beyonce’s hair-flinging, gyrating moves on her knees on stage, and it was quite a 2010 performance for the star singer who sent the crowd into a frenzy.  It’s quite clear why Jay-Z “put a ring on it”.

Beyonce’s Grammys performance for 2010 lasted close to six minutes total time, but was well deserved spotlight time for the top award-winniner of the night.  Beyonce had a total of six awards to beat out her competitors Taylor Swift who had 4, and Lady Gaga who had 2 awards given prior to the show.

Check out the Beyonce Grammys 2010 performance in the YouTube video below!

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