Beyonce proved she really is the Queen Bey as she triumphed at the MTV VMAs on Sunday night.
Taking home the top award – for Video Of The Year- the 34-year-old beauty thanked her family in a gushing acceptance speech.
‘I’d like to thank my beautiful daughter and incredible husband for all of their support,’ she said, in an ethereal lace white dress.
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Going for the gold: Beyonce took home the both the Video Of The Year (left) and Best Female Video award at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in New York on Sunday
It certainly wasn’t the only award for Beyonce, who looked fantastic in gold as she accepted the Best Female Video award – from Team USA’s gold medallist gymnasts.
The faces of Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian and Laurie Hernandez all lit up as they hugged the Lemonade hitmaker. Their teammate Gabby Douglas was unable to appear due to a medical issue.
When accepting the shiny new trophy, Beyonce said: ‘I’d like to thank Jonas Auckland for directing such an amazing video. I’d like to Thank MTV for honouring my video. My fans, I love y’all. You inspire me so much. Have a beautiful night!’
Family first: The 34-year-old singer accepted the biggest prize of the night as she began her speech by saying: ‘I’d like to thank my beautiful daughter and incredible husband for all of their support’
Crowning moment: She looked gorgeous in a see through white lacy gown
Helping hand: Late night chat show host Jimmy Fallon assisted the Queen Bey down the steps as he was dressed like disgraced US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte
All gold everything: She also accepted the Best Female Video award from Team USA’s gold medallist gymnasts, also known as the Final Five
If there were an award for most outfit changes at the VMAs, we reckon it would probably go to Beyoncé! Wearing a different look for each award she received, as well as a separate one to walk the red carpet with daughter Blue Ivy, and another for her performance, Queen Bey was definitely keeping us on our toes.
We loved this gold jumpsuit she wore to receive her award for Best Female Video. It’s from Elie Saab’s Fall 2015 Couture collection, and features all over glitzy embellishment, bell bottoms and a cape to ensure Beyoncé looks like the style superhero she is.
Aww: The faces of Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian and Laurie Hernandez all lit up as they hugged the Lemonade hitmaker
Fantastic four: Their teammate Gabby Douglas was unable to appear due to a medical issue
Shimmering: Beyonce looked fantastic in a gold number including jumpsuit and cape
Shoutout: During her first acceptance speech, she said: ‘My fans, I love y’all. You inspire me so much’
It was a huge night for the talented singer as she won eight total awards.
Beyonce also slayed in the professional categories as her Formation video earned wins in Best Choreography, Best Direction, Best Cinematography and Best Editing.
Her wins put her over Madonna for the most Moonmen of all-time as she surpassed the Material Girl’s impressive mark of 20.
She came into the night with the most nominations of anyone with a whopping 11.
Awe-inspiring: Beyonce had the crowd on it’s feet as she performed a 16-minute medley of hits from her visual-album Lemonade
Wonder in white: The singer begins her performance wearing a white cloak and matching large hat
Riveting: She ditched the headwear early as she began singing Pray If You Catch Me
Intricate: She could be seen waling in between her dancers clad in metallic gold
Trust fall: She falls into the arms of a man dressed in black, who takes off the cloak
Wow factor: She then reveals a lacy black bodysuit with fishnets
Moving and grooving: She is joined by dancers wearing racy patent leather bandeaus and hotpants
She slays: Beyonce did a bit of booty shaking while singing Hold Me Up
‘Ashes to ashes and dust to side chicks’: Fire could be seen on the stage as Beyonce flashed a rather sinister face.