New reports have put the US 'Crazy in Love' singer in the frame for a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival in June.
News and gossips website, Holy Moly, has published reports from insider informants that the three Glastonbury Festival 2011 headliners will be U2, Coldplay and Beyonce.
It supports previous stories that pointed towards headline slots from U2 and Coldplay.
It also would make sense in context of Michael Eavis' previous statement on headliners when he said: "One is a woman who has been before but never headlined."
Beyonce stood at the side of the stage in 2008 as hip-hop husband Jay Z performed a critically-acclaimed headline set.
Holy Moly have been correct with previous predictions and it looks likely the 'Single Ladies' singer will play a major role in this year's Worthy Farm bash.
Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe has already reacted to the news via his twitter account: "She would tear that place up. And anybody who doubts it will be embarrassed. Straight up."
This past week Radiohead, Fun Lovin Criminals and Newton Faulkner have all become strong rumours for the festival.
Glastonbury Festival 2011 tickets are currently sold out with re-sale tickets expected to go on sale in April.