Beyoncé will perform at the 50th Annual CMA Awards, according to Rolling Stone.
There is no official word on what (or with whom) the pop/R&B superstar will perform during the show, but her acclaimed 2016 album Lemonade notably featured the country-steeped track “Daddy Lessons.” Opening with the bright sounds of a New Orleans brass band before letting an acoustic guitar and percussion sketch out a funky rhythm, “Daddy Lessons” depicts a woman’s complex relationship to her father as well as the dark threat of violence when relationships between men and women start to break down. “He told me when he’s gone / Here’s what you do / When trouble comes to town / And men like me come around / Oh, my daddy said shoot,” she sings.
The Beyhive offer this tea via Twitter:
Tea right now is producers are SCRAMBLING to keep exactly what Beyoncé is doing a secret. Everyone is so excited & anxious! #CMAawards50
— THE BEYHIVÉ (@TheBeyHiveTeam) November 2, 2016
The meme below pretty much sums up the reaction of many Beyoncé fans:
Everyone isn’t happy about the Queen Bey’s performance:
The 50th CMA Awards will air tonight at 8p EST on ABC. Will you be tuned in to see Bey?