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Beyonce accepts the award for Best Dance/Electronic music album for Renaissance. AP

Grammys 2023 as it happened: Beyonce makes music history as most awarded person

The pop star now has more Grammys than anyone - and there are more categories still left to be announced

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The brightest stars in music will vie for the industry's top awards at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Beyonce leads the pack with nine chances at Grammy gold, followed by rapper Kendrick Lamar with eight. Adele and fellow balladeer Brandi Carlile scored seven nods each.

Beyonce is already the most-nominated artist in history, tied with her husband, Jay-Z, with 88 nods each. If she wins four Grammys, she will overtake classical conductor Georg Solti for the most wins by any artist. She's currently tied with music power player Quincy Jones for the second-most Grammy wins.

Lamar, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift are also among the front-runners at the gala, which is primed to be the most star-studded in recent memory.

The 65th annual ceremony will be hosted once again by comedian Trevor Noah and will include performances by major contenders including Styles, Bad Bunny, Lizzo and Mary J Blige.

Updated: February 06, 2023, 5:48 AM