Beyoncé has officially become the most awarded artist in the history of the Grammy Awards, picking up her 29th through 32nd wins over the weekend.

After missing her first three awards of the night — two of which were presented before the televised portion of the 65th Grammy Awards on Sunday night (February 5) — the singer took the stage to accept the trophy for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Renaissance.

“Thank you so much, I’m trying not to get too emotional; I’m trying just to receive this night,” Beyoncé said while holding back tears. “I wanna thank God for protecting me. Thank you God. I’d like to thank my uncle Johnny, who’s not here… but he’s here in spirit. I’d like to thank my parents – my mother, my father – for loving me and pushing me.

“I’d like to thank my beautiful husband,” she continued, “my beautiful three children who are watching at home. I’d like to thank the Queer community for your love and for inventing this genre.”

Beyoncé went into the evening with nine nominations, pushing her career total to 88, making her the most nominated artist in Grammys history — tied with her husband JAY-Z, who added another three nods to his name thanks to his show-stealing verse on DJ Khaled’s “God Did,” which he performed to close out the ceremony.

In all, Bey took home three additional awards for songs from Renaissaince in the Best R&B Song, Best Traditional R&B Performance, and Best Dance/Electronic Recording categories. When the first of those was announced early in the televised broadcast, the “Energy” singer had not yet arrived at the Crypto.com Arena.

Legendary musician Nile Rodgers accepted the award on her behalf and took the opportunity to share his experience as one of the artists who contributed to Beyoncé’s hit single “Cuff It,” for which the trophy was being presented.

“When I got called to play on this song, it was the most organic thing that happened to me,” Rodgers said. “I heard the song, and I said, ‘I wanna play on THAT’ right now. And it was one take, I promise. It was just what I felt in my heart. And I was happy to be working with you all.”

While many expected Beyoncé to pick up Record Of The Year, that honor went to fellow Houston native Lizzo, who ended her acceptance speech with words of appreciation.

“In the fifth grade I skipped school to see you perform,” she told her hometown hero. “You changed my life. You sang that Gospel medley and the way you made me feel, I was like, ‘I want my music to make people feel like this.’ You clearly are the artist of our lives.”

The former Destiny’s Child frontwoman had been the topic of many conversations in the days leading up to the Grammys after kicking off Black History Month by announcing the schedule for her highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour on Wednesday (February 1).

The following day, Beyoncé extended her upcoming trek due to massive demand for tickets. On Thursday (February 2), Ticketmaster announced on Twitter that seven new shows have been added to the North American leg of the global tour after demand for tickets exceeded supply by more than 800 percent.

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The extension includes additional stops in cities Bey was already scheduled to perform in, including Toronto (July 9), Chicago (July 23), East Rutherford (July 30), Washington, D.C. (August 6), Atlanta (August 12), Inglewood (September 3) and Houston (September 24).

However, Ticketmaster noted that “demand is still expected to drastically exceed supply.”

Fans looking to get their hands on tickets to the new tour dates can register through Live Nation, where they’ll be entered into a “lottery-style process” for a chance to be put on the waiting list.