On the glamorous evening of prestigious 59th Annual Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017, Beyonce accepted the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for her highly popular album "Lemonade," after giving the most marvelous performance of the evening while carrying twins in her belly. But as Variety broadcasted, this wasn't all. She took the stage again along with her husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy after accepting the award to give a powerful speech about her album and human struggles which the world is currently facing.

Vox reported that after showing her gratitude towards the jury, her family and her fans, the beautiful singer thanked everyone who worked so hard to showcase the elegance and insight of the deep Southern culture. "Everyone experience pain and loss, and often we become inaudible. I wanted to create an album that would confront our pain, struggle, history and darkness and every other issue that makes us uncomfortable.

"It is necessary that my children witness these images, which replicates their beauty and help them grow up in the world where they can see the mirror through their families, the news, the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the White House and the Grammys, and then themselves, to have no distrust of their intelligence, elegance and capabilities," she said.

The gorgeous singer who recently announced her pregnancy continued, "This is something I want for every child of every race, and it's important for us to learn from the past and identify our tendencies to repeat our mistakes."

According to Glamour, before giving this influential speech on her Grammy win, she took the stage on fire by her show-stopping stunning performance given on a gravity-defying chair where she sang two Lemonade songs, "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" with stupendous visuals projected on the giant screen that increased the enthusiasm of the crowd, which also included her husband and lovely daughter.