Will Queen Bey grace the Grammy stage?
The superstar will perform at Sunday’s ceremony as part of a tribute to the civil-rights movie Selma, reports Billboard.
No official announcement has been made and reps for the Recording Academy and Beyoncé did not respond to Billboard’s requests for confirmation.
However, Common and John Legend have already been announced as participants in the Selma tribute. They will perform their Oscar-nominated song “Glory.”
At the very least, Beyoncé is expected to attend the Grammys. She is nominated for six awards including Album of the Year and Best Urban Contemporary Album. She and Jay Z opened last year’s show with “Drunk in Love.”
Other previously announced performers include Usher, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Madonna, Ariana Grande, and Ed Sheeran.
Hosted by LL Cool J, the 57th Annual Grammy Awards will air live on Feb. 8 from Staples Center in Los Angeles.
UPDATE: Queen Bey has been confirmed as a performer for Sunday’s Grammys.
She will sing the gospel standard “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” as part of a tribute to Selma. It will be followed by a performance of “Glory” by Common and John Legend.
“We’re getting an introduction from the great Beyoncé,” Common tells Rolling Stone. “That’s a whole other level, to have her singing ‘Precious Lord.’ I’m excited.”
Ledisi sings the song, known as a favorite of Martin Luther King Jr., on Selma‘s official soundtrack.