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Beyonce Wows The Crowd During Her Grammy Performance—See The Pics!

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Feb. 9 2015, Published 1:51 p.m. ET

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Beyonce shut down the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, singing a beautiful rendition of "Precious Lord, Take My Hand."

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The song was one of Martin Luther King Jr.'s favorite songs. He is the subject of the biopic Selma. After her performance, Common and John Legend sang "Glory," which is on the movie's soundtrack. 

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Beyonce looked angelic in a white gown, and was accompanied by a choir, who all wore white suits.

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It was a very different performance than her opening act at the Grammy Awards last year, where she and Jay Z performed "Drunk in Love."

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Bey ended up being a huge winner on Sunday, taking home three awards, including Best R&B Song and R&B Performance.

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Did you see Bey's Grammy performance? What were your thoughts? Let us know in the comments section below.

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