Citing "multiple sources," Entertainment Tonight reported Thursday that Beyoncé is set to take the Grammys stage Feb. 12 on CBS. Beyoncé was spotted earlier Thursday doing "secret" rehearsals in Los Angeles with a production team and dance crew. Previously confirmed performers include Chance the Rapper, Sturgill Simpson, Daft Punk, Dave Grohl, The Weeknd, Metallica, Anderson .Paak, A Tribe Called Quest, and something called a "Keith Urban."
In all fairness, an Instagram post earlier this week from Marni Senofonte—Beyoncé's stylist—should have been a dead giveaway:
The 2017 Grammys will mark Beyoncé's first performance since revealing that she and husband Jay Z are expecting twins. "We have been blessed two times over," she said on Instagram Wednesday. "We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes."
The Grammys news should also help quell fans' fear surrounding Beyoncé's previously announced headlining slot on this summer's Coachella festival. Following the surprise twins announcement, TMZ's sources alleged that producers were just as taken aback by the announcement as fans. Another source, however, had a different theory: Beyoncé could just borrow Dave Grohl's chair.