Who Will Be Beyonce’s Surprise Guest at the Grammys? Our Top 5 Picks
Beyoncé, who is nominated for nine awards this year, will perform at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The Beyhive should get ready to strap up for another internet outage, however, TMZ reports that sources say Bey is already looking "really pregnant" (she's carrying twins, after all) and as a result, her stage show may be slowed down a little bit.
But no worries— we're talking about Beyoncé, so the show will go on, and it will probably be epic. There will be a digital screen onstage to help disguise her slower movement, and word is, she's been changing the routine constantly.
Bey also plans on bringing out some special guests too, which made us wonder exactly what Beyonce has up her sleeve. Check out our top five picks of artists we think should make a cameo.
This is pretty much a no brainer. Pull up a chair and have A Seat At The Table and don't forget to order a tall glass of Lemonade. Beyoncé could open the show singing one of her softer melodies and then introduce Solo for some serious #BlackGirlMagic.
After Lemonade broke the Internet last year, rumors circulated that Jay had a reply album already finished and on deck. It never surfaced, but there's been recent speculation that he's ready to drop an album at some point this year.
Jay and Bey already proved they run the world, and have stage chemistry to boot. Hubby and wife could shut down the Internet again with a pairing on music's big night.
Beyoncé may not be able to dance now that she's pregnant with twins but you know who can? Missy Misdemeanor Elliott.
Missy just further showcased why she's one of the best to ever do it with her latest video, "I'm Better." Plus, Missy and Bey have history— remember when Missy featured her on "Nothing Out There For Me" from the Under Construction album?
A real-time performance would definitely have fans out of their seats and jamming.
Frank Ocean thinks the Grammys are corny and he ain't going. In fact, he didn't even submit his last album, Blonde, for Grammy consideration.
But if anyone could bring reclusive Frank out, it'd be Bey... right? Here's hoping for a minor miracle.
If all else fails she could perform right next to herself. A hologram of Beyoncé performing all of her moves wouldn't be a bad idea. Who said you had to die to become a hologram?