Beyonce’s Father Confirmed Her Performance At 2017 Grammy Awards A Day After Pregnancy News

After Beyonce broke the news of her twin pregnancy, reports are now swirling that Queen Bey is going to grace the upcoming 2017 Grammy Awards. The wife of Jay Z is recently spotted in Los Angeles and allegedly rehearsing for the upcoming event.

The assumptions of Beyonce performing at 2017 Grammy Awards started when she was seen with her dance group in LA. The soon-to-be-mother-of-three is the leading nominee at the said event with nine nominations. This includes the album of the year for "Lemonade" and record of the year for "Formation."

In fact, Beyonce holds the title of being the most nominated female artist in Grammy history with a total of whopping 62 nominations by far. The last time the "Halo" hitmaker attended Grammy Awards was when she sang "Take My Hand, Precious Lord" in 2015 for a musical salute for the film "Selma," Billboard reported.

 
Moreover, although Beyonce's representative and the Recording Academy have yet to comment on the issue, his father Mathew Knowles confirmed her appearance at 2017 Grammy Awards. While talking about his daughter's pregnancy with The Insider, he revealed that they have talked over the phone about the baby news and her act. "She sounded a little tired 'cause she's been working on the Grammy performance," he said.

Meanwhile, the news that Beyonce is going to perform at 2017 Grammy Awards begins after her announcement that she and Jay Z are now expecting twins on her Instagram page. "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over," she wrote the caption of her pregnancy photo.

"We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters," she ended her message. To recall, when Beyonce announced her first pregnancy with Blue Ivy, she showed her baby bump at the end of her performance at 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, People reported.

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