VMAs, check. BET Awards, check. CMAs? Check.
Beyoncé is set to perform at the 2016 Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday, November 2, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly. The Houston native, 35, will channel her inner country singer at the star-studded awards ceremony in Nashville.
"It's going to be a huge performance. Epic!" an insider tells Us.
It isn't known what Beyoncé will sing on Wednesday night, but it's likely that she'll treat viewers to a performance of her twangy country-style Lemonade song "Daddy Lessons," which became a crossover hit shortly after the visual album's release in April.
"There is just something intangible about ['Daddy Lessons'] that it feels like a country song," country singer Dierks Bentley told Billboard in May. "It's not just choruses that are catchy and verses that could be intermixed anywhere as some pop songs are. It's a real story that she tells about what's going on in her life growing up."
The Dixie Chicks also covered "Daddy Lessons" on their 2016 summer tour.
This isn't the first time the CMAs have crossed genres in recent years. In 2015, Justin Timberlake joined Chris Stapleton on the CMAs stage to perform a medley of their singles "Tennessee Whiskey" and "Drink You Away." The duo's performance was a fan favorite and helped "Drink You Away" (from Timberlake's fourth album, The 20/20 Experience — 2 of 2) climb up the Billboard charts.
Earlier this year, Beyoncé wowed fans with an epic 18-minute medley of her Lemonade songs at the MTV Video Music Awards. Months earlier, she treated viewers to a powerful performance of her song "Freedom" with Kendrick Lamar at the BET Awards.
The 2016 Country Music Association Awards air on ABC Wednesday, November 2, at 8 p.m. ET.
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