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.
Watch highlights from this year's Grammys
Review: Imaginative storytelling returns with vigourfilm
Bannatyne leaves Dragon's DenTV
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Stephen Fry ‘criticises Operation Yewtree in dinner party rant’ calling for tougher laws to deter false sex abuse allegations
- 2 Why I'm on the brink of burning my Israeli passport
- 3 Israel-Gaza conflict: ‘Sderot cinema’ image shows Israelis with popcorn and chairs 'cheering as missiles strike Palestinian targets'
- 4 War is war: Why I stand with Israel
- 5 Blackest is the new black: Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can't see it...
Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
War is war: Why I stand with Israel
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
Socialist Worker called to apologise over ‘vile’ article saying Eton schoolboy Horatio Chapple's death is ‘reason to save the polar bears’
Emergency data law: David Cameron plots to bring back snoopers’ charter
NUT strike: David Cameron announces crackdown on strike action ahead of mass industrial action