Let’s look at Female celebrities who have set certain records in the entertainment industry…
Unlike in the past, when male entertainers dominated the entertainment industry, women are now given opportunities to showcase their skills and talents in the entertainment industry.
Some of these women are record breakers, having set numerous records in the entertainment industry.
In this update, I’ll tell you about some celebrities who have broken records in the entertainment industry.
• Beyonce, popularly known as Queen B, is a famous American singer and songwriter who is arguably the most successful American vocalist. She has set numerous records in the entertainment industry, but one of the most well-known is that she is a Grammy record holder.
The mother of two holds the world record for the most Grammy Awards won by a female artist in a single year, and the most Grammy Awards won by a female artist all time.
She has the most Grammy nominations for a female artist, with 79.
Finally, Beyonce and her celebrity husband, Jay-Z, have won the most Grammys as a married couple. The lovely lady is active in the entertainment industry and about to release a new studio album.
She could become the most successful female musician of all time.
• Mercy Eke, a well-known Nigerian reality TV star and media personality, has accomplished much in the entertainment industry since her debut. It might be of interest to you that she has a document in the entertainment industry.
She holds the distinction of being the first and only female Nigerian to win the Big Brother reality television show.
• Megan Thee Stallion, a popular American rapper, is another female celebrity who has contributed to the success of rap music.
With “Savage Remix,” Megan Thee Stallion became the first female rapper to win a Grammy for best rap performance.
• Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems, is a successful Nigerian singer, songwriter, and music producer who has accomplished a lot in a short period of time.
She is the only female Nigerian artist to have ever topped the Hot 100 chart, thanks to her appearance on Future’s hit song ‘Wait For U,’ which she co-wrote with Drake.