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 couldn't agree more!
Friday morning Adele released Hello, her debut single from her upcoming album 25 AND her first new song in 3 years!
Apparently we're not the only ones that are eating up the fantastic track — or the awesome music video!
Ch-ch-check out all the best celeb reactions (below):
She may not have come in 1st place on X Factor in the UK, but Amelia Lily sure is winning now that the show is over!
We really liked her debut single. And now she's dropped a new song, which we like even more!!!!!!!!!
Shut Up (And Give Me Whatever You Got) is like Kelly Clarkson meets Girls Aloud!
Pure pop heaven!!!!!!!!
Sooooo damn good!!!!!!!!!!
You must check it out above!
We don't think this song would ever be a hit in America, but that's not because it's bad. It's fucking great! It's just very Euro sounding! And we love that!
Europop at its best! In the hands of Xenomania, the hitmakers behind all the classic Girls Aloud songs!
They wrote and produced this track, You Bring Me Joy, and it is sung by Amelia Lily, an X Factor UK alum, modeling herself after former judge Cheryl Cole with this deliciously frothy pop concoction!
Check out our new jam (above)!
This is the kind of thing that is going to attract a lot of eyeballs!
Last night, the announcement finally came down that Frankie Cocozza will be leaving The X Factor UK for good and that this would be his last show. Following his announcement came another, a happier more exciting one in fact. The producers of the show have decided to bring back one of the four acts that were sent home by the judges in the first live show. So, we're talking about James Michael, Amelia Lily, 2 Shoes or Jonjo Kerr.
So who will it be? Well, U will get to decide. In bringing the acts back, each will have the chance to perform again, but this time, the public will get to decide who will stay and who will go home … again.
An X Factor spokesperson explains: