See Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé’s full 2021 Grammys acceptance speech

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Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé won the Grammy for Best Rap Song for “Savage” – and the two took to the stage together to accept the award. Megan dedicated most of her speech to Beyoncé, telling her idol about how much she loved him as a child. Beyoncé was moved and repeatedly told Megan how proud she was of her.

 

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Here, Megan’s full speech and Beyoncé’s remarks:

I must continue to thank God because without God none of us would be here today. I also want to congratulate everyone who was nominated because all of these songs were amazing. Music has really helped many of us get through the pandemic. Like I said, well done to everyone who was here today because a lot of these songs really pushed us through. I really want to say thank you to Beyoncé. If you know me you must know that ever since I was little I was like you know what someday I’m gonna grow up and I’m gonna be like Beyoncé rap – that was definitely my goal. And I remember going to the rodeo for the first time and seeing Destiny’s Child play and I was like, “You know what? Yes, I am about to go hard. I love her work ethic, I love who she is, I love the way she is. And my mom would always be like “Megan, what would Beyoncé do?” And I’m always like, you know what, “What would Beyoncé do, but let me do a little click.” Thank you, Beyoncé for your encouraging words all the time.

Beyoncé added:

I just want to quickly give my love to Megan. I have so much respect for you and I am honored that you asked me to be a part of the song. I mean, Houston, we love you! Thanks Grammys!

Megan is nominated for four Grammys: Record of the Year (for “Savage” with Beyoncé), Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance (for “Savage” with Beyoncé) and Best Rap Song (for “Savage” with Beyoncé) .

As the two left the stage, Trevor Noah asked them to stop and pointed out that Beyoncé was now tied for the most awarded female artist at the Grammys with 27 lifetime wins. She shares the place with Alison Krauss.

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Alyssa bailey
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Alyssa Bailey is the News and Strategy Editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees the coverage of celebrities and royals (especially Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton).

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