Bow down, bitches.
Before Beyoncé was given the prestigious Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, the 32-year-old R&B diva performed a show-stopping medley from her self-titled visual album. Featured tracks included "Mine," "Ghost," "Jealous" "Blow," "Drunk in Love, "Partition," "***Flawless" and "XO," among others.
Jay Z and Blue Ivy Carter appeared on stage to present Beyoncé with the award. "I am so full. I have nothing to say. I am filled with so much gratitude," she told the audience. "Thank you and good night!"
Previous recipients include the Beastie Boys, Peter Gabriel, Madonna, Michael Jackson (for whom the award was renamed in 1991), R.E.M., the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.
Beyoncé was nominated in eight categories and won in three of them: Best Collaboration ("Drunk in Love"), Best Cinematography ("Pretty Hurts") and Best Video with a Social Message ("Pretty Hurts"). As of Sunday, she is an 18-time VMA winner, including the two Moonmen she won with Destiny's Child.
The "Yoncé" singer also shared behind the scenes pictures from rehearsals via her official website.
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