Cardi B Twerks on a Piano During Electrifying 2019 Grammys Performance

Cardi B 2019 Grammys 2019 Grammy Awards Performance

Sunday night, Cardi B and Offset officially confirmed their reunion when they walked the red carpet together at the GRAMMYs, engaging in enough PDA to quiet any doubts about their marital status.

Cardi, who was nominated for five awards, arrived to the Grammys with her husband. Prior to Cardi B's win, the only other woman to win got her award in 1997, when the hip-hop group Fugees, which included Lauryn Hill, won Best Rap Album for The Score.

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At one point, Cardi climbed on top of a bedazzled piano and twerked.

The 26-year-old rapper took home the award for Best Rap Album for her album Invasion of Privacy at the at the 2019 Grammy Awards - and she was totally overwhelmed with emotions. And that's exactly what she did in her spicy as hell performance of "Money". "It's because, you know, when I found out I was pregnant, my album was not complete, like three songs that I was for sure having", she said on stage. During her speech, the rapper, taking the stage with Offset, teared up while talking about her pregnancy and daughter, who was born this past July.

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