Beyonce can now add another crown to her record-breaking career as she has now become the most Grammy-nominated woman ever!

Following the announcement of nominations for the 2015 Grammy Awards, Queen Bey was placed in history as the most nominated female in the Grammys history with 52 nominations under her belt. The 33-year-old singer surpassed country icon Dolly Parton who has 46 nominations. Of those nods, Beyonce has won 17 so far while Parton has only took home 7 trophies.

The 'Bow Down' singer's self-entitled visual album is nominated for Best Album of the Year as well as Best Urban Contemporary Album. Her hit single, 'Drunk In Love,' which features Jay Z, is nominated for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song. Also, the Carter's concert movie, 'Beyonce & Jay Z: On The Run Tour,' is nominated for Best Music film.

As for becoming the most Grammy-nominated artist ever, Beyonce still has some more work to do. That title is currently owned by music legend Quincy Jones who has a total of 79 nominations.

However, she's inching closer to that spot and it's only a matter of time before she conquers it. With all of these nominations, The 'Run The World' singer is now the seventh most nominated person ever.

Beyonce is also in 20th place for being the most successful Grammy Award winner ever, being that she's already has 17 trophies on her mantle. Bluegrass/country singer Alison Krauss currently holds the No. 1 spot with 27 awards.

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