The 35-year-old singer pulled out all the stops for her show-stopping performance as she dressed in an embellished gold gown and extravagant crown.
She cradled her burgeoning bump throughout as she belted out her hits Love Drought and Sandcastles.
Before the pregnancy inspired performance, the superstar was introduced on stage by her own mother Tina Knowles.
But the one big moment that caught the attention of the viewers, was when she took a seat at the end of a long table.
The mother-of-one looked radiant as she performed at the Grammy Awards
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Beyonce sat at the end of the long table which was surrounded by her dancers
As she sat on it, the chair tipped backwards dangerously and then came to an abrupt halt.
Queen B’s fans took to social media to express their shock and horror over the brief moment.
One viewer said: “OK, that chair gave me a damn heart attack. #GRAMMYs #Beyonce.”
“BEYONCÉ MAKING ME SO NERVOUS ON THIS CHAIR/ WALKING IN HEELS #GRAMMYs,” exclaimed another.
A third commented: “I wish i could trust anything as much as Beyoncé trusted she wouldn't fall from that chair #GRAMMYs.”
“Lord when @Beyonce leaned back in that chair I Screamed!!! #GRAMMYs,” added another.
Heavily pregnant Beyonce worried fans went she went dangerously low in the chair
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Beyonce's performance had a pregnancy theme that run throughout
At the end of her stunning performance, Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy, was seen given a standing ovation and cheering alongside Jay Z.
On the night, the If I Were A Boy hitmaker won a Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album for her visual album Lemonade.
Later in the evening, Adele won the Grammy for Best Album of The Year but in her acceptance speech she told the audience she can’t accept it because Beyonce’s Lemonade was a “monumental” album.
Adele had a successul night bagging herself five Grammy awards but had to restart her tribute performance to George Michael due to technical difficulties.