Adele Honors Beyonce In Her 2017 Grammys Speech & Shows How Much Love They Have For Each Other

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The biggest Grammy race in 2017 was between two idols: Adele and Beyoncé. While their albums and songs went head-to-head, Adele thanked Beyoncé and proved there was no bad blood during her acceptance speech for both Record of the Year and Album of the Year. As she accepted the award for Record of the Year, she said, "I adore you and I want you to be my mommy."

Adele squashed any sense of competition between the two by paying tribute to the effect that Beyoncé and the effect the album Lemonade had on her. After winning Record of the Year for "Hello", Adele dedicated part of her time to Beyoncé, saying "My dream and my idol is Queen Bey, and I adore you. You move my soul every single day, and you have done for nearly 17 years." That tribute was only a taste of what was to come when Adele later won Album of the Year for 25. Adele took the the stage and soon began praising Beyoncé's artistic achievements.

After starting her speech, Adele quickly shifted from thanking those who helped on her album to stating,

Adele's entire speech is a truly moving display of love and respect from one superstar to another, who both refuse to let anyone pit them against each other. When it comes to music in 2017, Adele may have won the big award, but she reminded us that we are all winners for getting to hear Lemonade in our lifetimes.