Cray-yonce! Bey's 15-minute set list leaked hours before VMAs
It looks like Queen Bey might just rule this year's MTV Video Music Awards.
What appears to be Beyoncé's planned set list was leaked on Twitter just hours before the show was set to start.
The list of 14 songs makes it look like Bey plans to just play her entire self-titled visual album, which she dropped out of nowhere late last year.
Check out the supposed set list, in order:
2. "Haunted"/"Pretty Hurts" transition
4. "No Angel"
7. "Drunk in Love"
The medley is expected to run about 15 minutes, leading the Twitter user who posted it to comment, "they just need to turn the whole thing into Beyoncé show (which looks like it mostly is already)."
Beyoncé is performing just before she accepts the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, a coveted honor received in the past by celebs like Michael Jackson himself, Justin Timberlake, Madonna, Britney Spears, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Beastie Boys.
There's also been a lot of online speculation that Bey will use the VMAs stage to address the persistent rumors that there's a split in the works between her and hubby Jay Z. Just like Queen Bey to keep us all on the edge of our seats during the award show, which airs at 9 p.m. on Sunday.
What do you think? Is a 15-minute set at the VMAs too much, not enough or just right for Beyoncé? Tell us in the comments below.