Viola Davis has become the 18th person to achieve the EGOT – winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award – as the Grammy Awards held last night in Los Angeles.
Davis completed her collection by winning Best Audio Book for her autobiography Finding Me.
The star won the best supporting actress Oscar in 2016 for Fences, snapped up her Emmy Award for the TV drama How To Get Away With Murder, and she has two Tony Awards for her theatre work – featured actress in a play for King Hedley II (2001) and lead actress in a play for Fences (2010).
Beyoncé has already won two Grammys, for Best Dance Recording with the song Break My Soul, and Traditional R&B Performance for Plastic Off The Sofa.
Best music video for Taylor Swift in All Too Well, Harry Styles also picked up Best Engineered Album for Harry’s House.
Other winners so far include, Best R&B performance for Muni Long, Best R&B album for Robert Glasper, Best rap song as well as Best rap performance for Kendrick Lamar, Best Melodic Rap Performance to Future Featuring Drake & Tems in Wait For U