Grammys Producer Confirms Beyonce And Adele Will Perform

UPDATE // DECEMBER 22:

You have to give it up for the BeyHive.

Back in October, they predicted Beyonce would perform at the 2017 Grammys (mind you, this was two months before nominations were announced), and according to Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich she is!


Related:
The Grammy Country Committee Rejected Beyonce's "Daddy Lessons"


In a new roundtable discussion put on by Billboard, Ehrlich confirms Beyonce, who leads the pack at the upcoming Grammys with nine nominations, will perform, but so will Adele.

Ehrlich was asked: Are both [Adele and Beyonce] booked to perform on the show?

He responded: "Very few people say no to the ­Grammys. Over all of the years I've been ­doing the show, there have been [only] three or four acts who've actually said no."

He was pushed to reveal who.

"Absolutely not," he said, "but I can tell you that Adele and Beyoncé are not two of them. We have every anticipation that both of them will be with us in February."

He added: "We love a good horse race. It's a fine line: We love the competition aspect of it, but it's really more -- here's the cliché -- the family of music. I don't know how many of those three categories they're in together that we'll announce during the telecast, but we'll probably come pretty close. When you can start with that as a foundation for a show, you're in pretty good shape."


EARLIER // OCTOBER 24:

The BeyHive is abuzz Queen Bey will take the stage at the Grammy awards come February.

When have they ever been wrong?

Ahead of the Lemonade release, the Hive announced she would out forth a visual album and dubbed it the Lemonade Project. √

They said there'd be a performance at the Super Bowl weeks before it was confirmed. √

They also knew when she'd announce her Formation tour. √

And now the BeyHive is calling a performance at the Grammys come Feb. 12, 2017:


What does this imply? That Beyonce will sweep up her fair share of awards that night for Lemonade.

The Formation tour grossed over $250 million, and now it's time to collect some gold.

Did you expect anything less? Let us know in Exhale.

And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.