Queen Bey retains her crown annually, who can resist a bit of Beyoncé?

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  • Best US Act

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From: Houston, Texas

Based in: NYC

Solo Debut: ’Dangerously in Love’ (2003)

Big Break: A string of megahits with Destiny’s Child

Biggest Hit: ’Crazy in Love’ (2003)

Awesome Accolade: The 2014 Video Vanguard MTV VMA (among too many others to count)

EMA Nominations: Best R&B 2002, Best Female 2003-4, Best R&B/Best Album/Best Female 2004, Best R&B/Best Female 2006, Best Female 2006, Ultimate Urban 2007-8, Headliner of the Year 2007, Most Addictive Track/Best Headliner 2007, Best Live Act 2009, Best Video 2010, Best Female/Best Video/Best North American 2011, Best Female/Best Live/Best U.S. Act 2014

EMA Wins: Best Song/Best R&B 2003, Best Female 2008, Best Song/Best Video/Best Female 2009, Best Live Act 2013, Best Song With a Message 2014

EMA Performances: ’Baby Boy’ ft. Sean Paul (2003), ‘If I Was A Boy’ (2008), ’Sweet Dreams’ (2009)

Fun Fact: Revealing her baby bump at the 2011 MTV VMA, she set a Guinness world record for sparking the most tweets per second ever: 8,868.

Why We Love Her: Somehow, she manages to be impossibly flawless AND a relatable, real role model for young women. She’s called Queen Bey for a reason!