In what has the potential to be one of the greatest pop shows this year (decade even), Beyonce and Justin Timberlake are rumoured to be teaming up for an intimate London gig at the end of March.
The superstars, who have recently been working together on Beyonce's new album, were listed as headlining a 500-capacity venue called The Garage on March 31 by Songkick listings website, The Sun reports.
Justin Timberlake and Beyonce perform on stage in 2008
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On top of their time in the studio on Bey's new album, speculation that the pair are planning to perform together is also fuelled by the fact Beyonce's husband Jay-Z features on Timberlake's comeback single 'Suit & Tie'.
The rap legend and JT also performed together at the Grammy Awards on Sunday.
And Beyonce, who recently stunned a global audience with a spectacular Super Bowl halftime show, is rumoured to appear at next Wednesday's Brit Awards where Timberlake is confirmed as performing, although organisers deny this.
On Thursday, Timberlake announced that he will play a surprise gig at The Forum in north London immediately after his Brits show, which will be great - even if it is just a warm-up for his Beyonce collaboration.
He also released his super-stylish video for his music comeback single on Thursday. Directed by David Fincher, who worked on iconic music videos such as Madonna's 'Express Yourself' before directing Timberlake in 'The Social Network', the 5 minute 30 seconds-long black and white film is a classy affair.
Timberlake has ditched the futuristic style of his last album six years ago, 'FutureSex/LoveSounds', and instead the Grammy-Award winner takes it back to the true Hollywood glamour era, looking slick in a tux.
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