The Best Girl Power Moments From The 2017 Grammy Awards

The 2017 Grammy Awards were almost four-hours of non-stop performances, awards and meme-worthy moments. The packed event featured just about every A-list artist in music, as well as no shortage of big moments and blunders, therefore it was easy to get lost in the show.

One thing that didn’t get lost during last night’s show was the strong message of girl power. Feminism was live and well at the 2017 Grammy Awards and that’s just how we like it.

From mutual fan-girling moments to inspiring messages of hope, check out all the times the 2017 Grammy Awards empowered us.

When Schoolboy Q and his daughter were the red carpet’s best-dressed with their feminist get-ups.


When Tina Knowles gave an emotional speech about her daughters and introduced Beyoncé.


When Beyoncé became a literal goddess and showed that pregnant women are beautiful and powerful.


When Celine Dion and Adele had a mutual fan-girl moment for one another.


When Adele gave a Masterclass in making a mistake, owning it, and recovering like a bawse.


When Beyoncé used her platform to send a message that all people, especially women, are valued regardless of their race, gender or sexuality.


When Blue Ivy wore a pink pantsuit and became a tiny fashion icon, showing the world that little girls don’t have to wear dresses if they don’t want to.


When Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s mic didn’t work and Lady Gaga swooped in and saved the performance.


When Katy Perry performed her ‘purposeful pop’ single “Chained To The Rhythm” while wearing a Planned Parenthood pin.


When Demi Lovato, Tori Kelly, Andra Day and Little Big Town gave an incredible performance honouring The Bee Gees.


When Rihanna and her flask had the most fun during the Grammy Awards.


When Maren Morris and Alicia Keys made us wish they were starting a new girl group.


When Jennifer Lopez fulfilled her presenting duties with a Toni Morrison quote.


And of course, when Adele took home Album of the Year and quickly made her win about lifting up her favourite artist.


Love, love, love.