The singer, who is pregnant with twins, WILL headline the festival in 2018 -- so at least the BeyHive has that!
In a statement to The Associated Press on Thursday, Bey's Parkwood Entertainment and festival producer Goldenvoice said:
We're not really sure - but Rachel Griffiths seems to think so.
Rachel, who has been with Brothers and Sisters since the beginning, sat down with an Australian news source this week and revealed that she could be out of a job fairly soon. Whether she was joking or not remains to be seen, but let's just take a look at exactly what she said. She told host Shane Bourne:
“I’m soon to be unemployed so I checked in with Centrelink and I don’t know if anybody’s noticed they’re cracking down on the whole welfare thing. So I went to see Centrelink and said, ‘Looks like I’m out of a job and wanna sign up.’ And they said, ‘You have to be looking for work.’ So I said I’m trying to direct a movie, and it’s all gone crazy. I looked them in the eye and said, ‘I think I am going to be unemployed,’ and they didn’t seem to be very warm.”
Now, how many times did she say unemployed in that rant? Too many! Sure, she wouldn't really be going out for welfare, but that doesn't mean that the context behind what she is saying isn't true. We're getting towards the start of the summer and the ABC drama still hasn't been renewed.
We think you guys should start to get nervous…