A performance for the history books. Beyoncé put her own soulful and sexy spin on the Stevie Wonder’s iconic hit, ‘Higher Ground’ during his Grammys tribute — and everyone was blown away! Check out her amazing performance here!
Beyoncé‘s performance of “Higher Ground” at Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life – An All-Star GRAMMY Salute was nothing short of sensational! With the help of Ed Sheeran and Gary Clark Jr., Queen Bey fittingly kicked off the Feb. 16 Grammy special as she sang her heart out for the King of Soul: Stevie Wonder.
Beyoncé’s Stevie Wonder Tribute: Star Sings Soulful ‘Higher Ground’
Just when you thought Beyoncé’s iconic popularity and talent reached its peak, the star’s legacy reached a whole new “Higher Ground” during her Stevie Wonder tribute.
We had the chills as the siren danced her booty off and hit all the right keys during her performance for Stevie.
Above all, Mr. Wonder seemed to love every second of Bey’s cover, which also included Gary Clark Jr. and Ed Sheeran. What a power trio!
Ed and Gary rocked out on their guitars during the tribute’s opening performance and the star-studded crowd was totally feeling it.
Beyoncé’s Stevie Wonder Grammy Salute Dress — Flaunts Toned Legs In Sexy Fishnets
The “Drunk In Love” singer completed her performance by declaring, “We love you Stevie.” Aw, so sweet!
Beyoncé also made waves with her hip hugging dress during her tribute to the icon.
The singer looked “Bootylicious” and flawless in a black and gold bedazzled Michael Costello mini dress. She showed off her toned gams in sexy fishnet tights and Giuseppe Zanotti bow heels. Only Beyoncé could shake her booty in sky-high pumps and make it look easy!
The star also kept her makeup and hair quite minimal to let her short dress take center stage. She completed her beauty look with straight long blonde locks and we hope she brings back this sleek style soon.
After her performance, the singer changed into leather pants and paired it with a casual Stevie Wonder concert T-shirt for a look that was equal parts sentimental as it was stylish — isn’t Beyoncé just lovely?
HollywoodLifers: what did you think of Bey’s performance? Will this go down in history as one of her best moments? Let us know!
— Jordyn Shaffer