Beyoncé and Jay-Z Have Finally Arrived to the 2021 Grammys

The music power couple surprised fans when they showed up at tonight's 2021 Grammy Awards ceremony. See their fierce fashion looks (complete with masks).

By Brett Malec Mar 15, 2021 2:24 AMTags
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Music's biggest couple has made their entrance.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z have finally arrived to tonight's 2021 Grammy Awards ceremony after it was reported they would potentially be no-shows during the March 14 telecast.

The Grammy-winning duo popped up on camera mid-show while host Trevor Noah was presenting the Song of the Year category.

Bey and Jay looked like one hell of a power couple in coordinating all black outfits and black masks for COVID-19 safety. Both donned black sunglasses while seated among fellow nominees and singers.

Bey's off-the-shoulder mini dress is reportedly by fashion house Schiaparelli and even though she appeared on screen for just a second, her cleavage baring ensemble complete with black leather gloves sent fans into a frenzy online. The "Black Parade" singer completed her look with giant black and gold statement earrings.

Just the other day, it was reported that Bey opted not to perform at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards despite being the most nominated artist this year with 9 nominations.

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"It's unfortunate, because she's such a big part of the Recording Academy," the Recording Academy's interim CEO Harvey Mason Jr. told outlets. "We absolutely wish we had her onstage."

No reason was given for the singer's decision.

When asked whether a viewer might reasonably think it strange that Beyoncé isn't there, the 2021 Grammys Executive Producer Ben Winston told the Los Angeles Times, "They might."

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Even though Bey lost Song of the Year to H.E.R.'s "I Can't Breathe," her and Jay's surprise appearance is sure to make headlines.

Bey later joined Megan Thee Stallion on stage when their "Savage" remix won Best Rap Song. During their joint acceptance speech, both iconis gushed over each other, making for one adorable viral moment.

Check out E! News' 2022 Grammy Awards page for a full recap of music's biggest night.