BBC Sports Alex Scott Makes Surprise Appearance At The Grammys: ‘Im Like A Big Kid, Im So Excited

BBC Sports Alex Scott Makes Surprise Appearance At The Grammys: ‘Im Like A Big Kid, Im So Excited

BBC Sport pundit Alex Scott made a splash when he walked the red carpet at Sunday night's Grammy Awards in a plunging neckline silver dress.

The former Lion, 38, looked set to create a stir in David Koma's dashing look at the star-studded event in Los Angeles.

The TV star took to her Instagram to document her glamorous evening, sharing a number of stylish snaps of herself and admitting she was "squeezing" her way to the Arena.

The former footballer also shared a video of himself in the backseat of his chauffeur-driven car attending the annual awards hosted by Trevor Noah.

While sitting in the car, the athlete spoke to his camera and admitted: "I'm such a big man, I'm so excited!"

After the celebration, Scott attended a Universal Music after-party with friends, serving a table full of drinks and soaking up the amazing experience.

That night, British star Beyonce made history as the most awarded Grammy artist of all time after picking up the 32nd gong in a glittering ceremony.

The 41-year-old pop star made history by winning Best Dance/Electronic Album for her latest album, Renaissance.

This brings the number of Grammys he has won in his two-decade career to 32, surpassing the previous record set by Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti.

Meanwhile, the biggest gong of the night – album of the year – went to Harry Styles for his third album Harry's House, beating out Beyoncé and Adele.

Sam Smith won best pop duo/group performance for his hit "Unholy," with trans artist Kim Petras, who also made history by becoming the first transgender woman to win.

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Adele won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Soloist for Easy On Me.

Lizzo beat out Beyoncé, Adele and Styles for record of the year with "About Damn Time".

A stunned Bonnie Raitt wins the Grammy Award for Song of the Year presented by US First Lady Jill Biden.

Kendrick Lamar won the Grammy for Best Rap Album for Mr Morale & The Big Steppers, and Best Country Album went to Willie Nelson for A Beautiful Time.

Meanwhile, Viola Davis earned coveted EGOT status after winning her first ever Grammy Award.

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