Beyoncé cleaned up at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.
Queen Bey racked up eight new Moonmen during Sunday’s show, which featured her running through a medley of songs from her stunning visual album LEMONADE.
In addition to taking home Video of the Year for the project’s lead single “Formation,” she also won Best Female Video for “Hold Up,” Best Pop Video for “Formation,” Breakthrough Long-Form Video for LEMONADE, Best Choreography for “Formation,” Best Direction for “Formation,” Best Cinematography for “Formation,” and Best Editing for “Formation.”
The iconic singer, who attended the event at NYC’s Madison Square Garden with her daughter Blue Ivy and graced the red carpet with the mothers of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Oscar Grant, and Trayvon Martin, ran through several cuts from her new LP during her show-stopping performance, which included an introduction from pro-athlete Serena Williams.
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