The 2023 Grammy Awards took place in Los Angeles last Sunday night with awards going to everyone from Ozzy Osbourne and Adele, to Willie Nelson and Beyoncé. Queen B picked up a record-breaking 32nd trophy – she was already tied with her husband Jay-Z as the most-nominated artist of all time (they have 88 each). But for all that love, the big prizes have eluded her. Of the 16 times she's been nominated in the major, all-genre categories, she has won just once: Song of the year in 2010, for Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It). This year, Renaissance was the presumed front-runner for Album of the Year. A deep and affectionate dive into black and gay dance culture, it was the most critically-acclaimed release of 2022. However, for the fourth time in her career, Beyoncé was beaten to the top honour. This time Harry Styles took the crown, stirring criticism with a controversial speech where he claimed that “people like me don’t win awards like this” (whoops, Harry). Sam Smith and Kim Petras won best pop duo/group collaboration for their gender-positive melodrama Unholy, which they also performed, with Smith dressed as the devil for good measure. Petras accepting the award as the first transgender woman to win was a touching moment. Via major outlets