One of her biggest hits was 2008’s Halo.
But Beyonce looked like her latest ensemble could have used a halo.
The 34-year-old singer looked angelic as she made a surprise appearance at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Monday.
Surprise: Beyonce made an unannounced appearance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Monday night
The Queen Bey made her presence felt as she was out to present the last award of the night, Record Of The Year, at the star-studded gala event held inside the Staples Center.
Her intricate, body-hugging lacy white number featured sheer paneling all over it including it’s long skirt which showed off her legs.
She also sported large dangling earrings with diamond shaped pendants as she finished off the look with a pair of sparkling silver heels.
Gorgeous: The 34-year-old singer wore a lacy white number as she presented the biggest award of the night: Record Of The Year
Angelic: Beyonce stunned in the flowy dress featuring plenty of sheer detailinga
Big moment: She talked a lot about the importance of art before the nominees were announced
Beyonce’s blonde locks were pulled back in an elegant bun as she sported natural, complimentary make-up on her face.
When she hit the stage, the Formation singer demanded all attention as she said: ‘Art is the unapologetic celebration of culture through self expression.
‘It can impact people in a variety of ways for different reasons at different times. Some will react, some will respond and some will be moved.
‘These are the records that moved the masses in 2015.’
Wow factor: The very intricate dress featured a very long flowy sheer skirt which revealed her legs
Stunning: She also wore large diamond-shaped dangling earrings
Leggy lady: Her skirt dragged across the floor as she made her way to the podium
It was a highly contentious category that featured several heavy-hitters including D’Angelo & The Vanguard, Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd and Taylor Swift.
Just before The Queen Bey announced the winner, Bruno must have had a feeling they would be taking home the prize as before the winner was announced, he yelled: ‘Let’s go Beyonce, let’s do it!’
Mark, who recorded the song, was very grateful for the funk legends before them as he said: ‘I just want to thanks these guys for being some of the greatest musician, producers and arrangers around.
Winners: Mark Ronson took home the top prize for Uptown Funk
Grateful: The 40-year-old British music producer thank those that paved the way for the funk music genre before him
Friendly: Beyonce gave Bruno a kiss on the cheek as she presented them with the biggest honour of the night
Big night: All the producers of the record joined Bruno and Mark on stage
‘And I see George Clinton over there, a man who has done more for the word “funk” than we can hope to dream for in our entire lives. So I want to think James Brown, George Clinton, Jam and Lewis, Prince, The Meters, Earth, Wind and Fire of course.’
Bruno got his turn on the mic as he said: ‘Thank you guys so much, this is dedicated to the fans. We wouldn’t be up here if it wasn’t for the people dancing to this song. Thank you guys so much! This is for y’all. We love you!’
Last Sunday, Beyonce, Bruno and Mark collaborated with Coldplay during their performance at the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show.
Where’s your Halo? Beyonce looked stunning backstage before her surprise appearance
Respect: She shook hands with legendary singer Tony Bennett at the event
Dynamic duo: Last week Beyonce and Bruno (along with Mark) collaborated for Coldplay’s performance at the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show in Santa Clara, California