POPSUGAR Celebrity Beyonce Knowles Watch Beyonce's Grammy "If I Were A Boy"/"You Oughta Know" Mash-Up! Watch Beyonce's Grammy "If I Were A Boy"/"You Oughta Know" Mash-Up! by Molly Goodson 1/31/10 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Beyonce belted it out at tonight's Grammy Awards where she walked away with five statues! Watch her performance of "If I Were A Boy" which she segued right into a cover of Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" — so cool! Read More 2010 Grammy AwardsPOPSUGAR NewsBeyonce Knowles Beyonce Knowles 40 Pictures of Charitable Celebrities Giving Back 14 Celebrities Who Would Make Killer Drinking Buddies Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland Have #Flawless BFF Style Kevin Federline Calls Beyoncé "Botoxed" — and His Twitter Mentions Will Never Be the Same POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Be in the Know With OurCelebrity and Entertainment Newsletter Personalize A-Listers Movies TV Young Hollywood Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. snowysakurasky 5 years i think she her breath which is why a line went unsang. i love her song more (if i were a boy) but she did a fine job of 'you oughta know' overall, a top knotch live performance. thanks for posting :D snowysakurasky 5 years i think she her breath which is why a line went unsang.i love her song more (if i were a boy) but she did a fine job of 'you oughta know'overall, a top knotch live performance. thanks for posting :D Frida83 5 years And ofcourse it's a PG version of the song... lol! ktjones 5 years I so did not like it plus she forgot some of Alanis lyrics...not sure who caught that but I sure did! CaterpillarGirl 5 years completely terrible. CaterpillarGirl 5 years completely terrible. Livia1 5 years That's awful! Livia1 5 years That's awful! Jessiebanana 5 years She actually did a really good job of incoporating not just the lyrics and the music, but Alanis' "sound" as well.