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Beyoncé Is Now The Most Grammy-Nominated Woman Of All Time

All hail King B.

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Pre-eminent wig-snatcher Beyoncé Knowles added Dolly Parton's feathered lacefront to her collection this morning when she became the most Grammy-nominated woman of all time.

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Bey and Dolly had been tied with 46 nominations a piece, but Beyoncé's nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album this morning put her over the edge.

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She also racked up nominations for Best R&B Song, Best R&B Performance, Best Music Film and Album of the Year.

To recap Beyoncé's illustrious history of sweeping up with the recording academy, let's take a walk down memory lane...

2000

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Nomination #1: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "Bills, Bills, Bills”

Nomination #2: Best R&B Song — "Bills, Bills, Bills”

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2001

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Nomination #3: Record of the Year — "Say My Name"

Nomination #4: Song of the Year — "Say My Name"

Nomination #5: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "Say My Name"

Nomination #6: Best R&B Song — "Say My Name"

Nomination #7: Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media — "Independent Women Part I"

2002

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Getty Images / Vince Bucci

Nomination #8: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "Survivor"

Nomination #9: Best R&B Album — Survivor

2004

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Getty Images / Frederick M. Brown

Nomination #10: Record of the Year — "Crazy in Love (ft. Jay-Z)"

Nomination #11: Best R&B Song — "Crazy in Love (ft. Jay-Z)"

Nomination #12: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Crazy in Love (ft. Jay-Z)"

Nomination #13: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — "Dangerously in Love 2"

Nomination #14: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "The Closer I Get to You" (with Luther Vandross)

Nomination #15: Best Contemporary R&B Album — Dangerously in Love

2005

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Nomination #16: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "Lose My Breath"

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2006

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Nomination #17: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — "Wishing on a Star"

Nomination #18: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "Cater 2 U"

Nomination #19: Best R&B Song — "Cater 2 U"

Nomination #20: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals — "So Amazing" (with Stevie Wonder)

Nomination #21: Best Contemporary R&B Album — Destiny Fulfilled

Nomination #22: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Soldier (ft. T.I. and Lil Wayne)"

2007

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Nomination #23: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — "Ring the Alarm"

Nomination #24: Best R&B Song — "Déjà Vu (ft. Jay-Z)"

Nomination #25: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Déjà Vu (ft. Jay-Z)"

Nomination #26: Best Contemporary R&B Album — B'Day

2008

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Nomination #27: Record of the Year — "Irreplaceable"

Nomination #28: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals — "Beautiful Liar (ft. Shakira)"

2009

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Nomination #29: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — "Me, Myself and I (Live)"

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2010

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Nomination #30: Album of the Year — I Am... Sasha Fierce

Nomination #31: Best Contemporary R&B Album — I Am... Sasha Fierce

Nomination #32: Record of the Year — "Halo"

Nomination #33: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance — "Halo"

Nomination #34: Song of the Year — "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"

Nomination #35: Best R&B Song — "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"

Nomination #36: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"

Nomination #37: Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance — "At Last"

Nomination #38: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Ego (Remix) (ft. Kanye West)"

Nomination #39: Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media — "Once in a Lifetime"

2011

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Larry Busacca / Getty Images

Nomination #40: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals — "Telephone" (with Lady Gaga)

Nomination #41: Album of the Year — The Fame Monster (as featured artist)

Nomination #42: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance — "Halo (Live)"

2012

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Nomination #43: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Party (ft. André 3000)"

Nomination #44: Best Long Form Music Video — I Am... World Tour

2013

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Getty Images / Jason Merritt

Nomination #45: Best Traditional R&B Performance — "Love On Top"

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2014

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Nomination #46: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — "Part II (On the Run)" (with Jay-Z)

2015

Nomination #47: Best Urban Contemporary Album — Beyoncé

Nomination #48: Best Music Film — Beyoncé & Jay Z: On The Run Tour

Nomination #49: Best R&B Performance — “Drunk In Love (ft. Jay Z)”

Nomination #50: Best R&B Song — “Drunk In Love (ft. Jay Z)”

Nomination #51: Album of the Year — Beyoncé

She is now the seventh most nominated artist of all time, behind Quincy Jones, Georg Solti, John Williams, Chick Corea, Kanye West and husband Jay Z (he has 62).

All hail King B, queen of the Grammys!