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Michelle Obama congratulates Beyoncé on history-making Grammy win: You deserve all this and more


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Michelle Obama sent a message to Beyoncé after her record-breaking win at the 65th annual Grammys. In a tweet shared Monday night, the former first lady congratulated Bey for having the most Grammy wins in Recording Academy history.

“Congratulations @Beyonce for making history,” Obama wrote. “Thank you for blessing us all with the music we live our lives to—the songs that keep us singing and dancing and talking. You deserve all this and more!”

Bey became the most Grammy-awarded artist on Sunday after Renaissance won the award for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album. Excited by her presence, Lizzo took time from her Record of the Year acceptance speech to thank Bey for her changing her life.

GloRilla was also seemingly excited to see Beyoncé. In a video shared Grammys night, she tells the singer, “I love you so much.” 

On Facebook, the rapper later reflected on the moment, writing, “I hugged Beyoncé. I’m never taking a bath again.” She also posted, “I’m finna get my 15-second conversation with Beyoncé tatted. Ahh! I’m still not over it.”

Glo also took to her Instagram Story to let fans know she’s never getting rid of the wig she wore when meeting Bey. Instead, she says, she will store it in a special trophy case.

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