Beyoncé Is Big Winner At VMAs

Beyoncé paced the VMAs with 11 total nominations for “Lemonade,” and then played five tracks from the album during an epic performance during the ceremony. She was also the big winner of the night. After being introduced by Serena Williams, who said Beyoncé was there to “change this city,” the singer took the stage to recite the opening lines from “Lemonade,” before launching into album opener, “Pray You Catch Me.” She then picked up a bat and ran into “Hold Up,” before hitting “Sorry,” “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” and album closer “Formation.” As the performance ended, Beyoncé and her dancers created the gender symbol for women. The crowd gave Beyoncé a standing ovation.

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