These are the acts rumoured to headline Coachella 2018 with Beyoncé
This would be very exciting.
The Coachella 2018 rumour mill has been kicked into overdrive after the first reports of the three headliners.
The iconic music festival is held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, with the 2018 edition taking place over April 13-15 and April 20-22.
While 2017's event was headlined by Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga, there hadn't been much word yet on who would be taking to this stage this year.
An official lineup announcement is expected in January, according to Consequence of Sound, but the three headliners have reportedly already been leaked.
Beyoncé, who was forced pull out of headlining the 2017 edition after her pregnancy announcement, will be performing at Coachella 2018.
And "industry insiders" told the publication that Queen Bey will be joined by Eminem and The Weeknd.
It had previously been rumoured that Destiny's Child would be reuniting at Coachella, joining Beyoncé on stage.
Fans were buzzing about a possible reunion performance after Michelle Williams, LaToya Jackson and LaTavia Roberson appeared to drop some clues.
But Kelly Rowland's got some bad news for anyone hoping to see the group back together in California.
The singer recently told People magazine that she had “no idea about any of that" and that it was not something they had even talked about.
And as for why the Destiny's Child fans looked into the subtle 'clues' so much, the 36-year-old said that she's got no idea - and reached out to fans to find out.
“I just asked a fan about that. They were like because it’s just cool. They used the L word and said legends.
“I mean, I gladly accept that very much but it’s nothing that we recently talked about.”