If you saw the stunning visual display that was Beyoncé’s Grammys performance, then you're likely on a girl power high right about now. And, you might also be wondering who designed her dresses. Become c'mon, they were — like Beyoncé herself — pure perfection.
While cradling her perfect little baby bump, Bey (and about 20 gorgeous backup dancers) graced the Grammys stage first on a video screen, and then in real life. In the video, Beyoncé wore a goddess-like gold outfit that showed off her growing stomach. And the second outfit, which was live and in color on stage, made her look like she had just descended down on a cloud. (And hey, maybe she did.)
While singing "Love Drought," Bey glided around on stage and sat gloriously in a chair whilst wearing another gold dress, this one by Peter Dundas, the former Roberto Cavalli creative director. It had a plunging neckline, gold embellishments, and a gorgeous sheer bottom. Bey paired it with oversized gold jewelry and a Statue of Liberty-esque gold crown. (Because of course.)
The a-mazing performance followed the news that the singer is expecting twins, so the fact she spoke/sang about motherhood? While looking like the mother of the universe? After being introduced to the stage by her mom? Well, it nearly caused her fans (including me) to die from joy.
Seriously, let's all take a moment.
She's an absolute goddess.
I'm not even sure if this performance really happened.
I think we can all agree she's Queen Bey for a reason.