Grammys 2014: Watch Beyonce and Jay Z open awards with 'Drunk in Love'
Watch music's power couple open the 56th Grammy Awards below
They used to be crazy in love, and now it’s taken Beyonce and Jay Z ten years to get to the next stage in their relationship: drunk (scroll to see video).
The power couple opened the Grammy Awards last night with a raunchy performance of Beyonce’s new song “Drunk in Love”.
But this time Beyonce dropped the sequinned outfits for a leather basque as she writhed about on a wooden chair with her legs spread.
Quite why multi-platinum Queen Bey felt she needed to don fishnets and a leather thong to impress her fans remains a mystery.
Taking a leaf out of Rihanna’s 'pure filth' video for “Pour It Up”, Beyonce appeared on stage straddling a chair, before getting down on all fours to crawl around on the floor.
The couple then got up close and personal when Jay Z took to the stage, dancing together while Jay Z fondled Bey’s bum to prove they really are drunk in love.
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