After a bit of speculation, the superstar couple's upcoming appearance was confirmed Sunday night in a commercial that aired on CBS, which listed the duo as performers for the ceremony.
Reps for the awards show have yet to announce whether the "Drunk in Love" pair will perform together onstage or what they'll perform, but the two music stars will joins the likes of Taylor Swift, Lorde, Katy Perry, Daft Punk, Kendrick Lamar and many other artists who will hit the stage at the Grammys Jan. 26.
Beyoncé's performance will mark her first televised performance since the release of her platinum-selling, self-titled fifth album last month.
Meanwhile, Jay Z will head to the show with a whopping nine nominations—the most of any artist this year—for Best Rap Song, Best Rap Album and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, among many other nods.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Beyoncé was just one of the artists expected to be a surprise performer at the show.
Madonna is reportedly expected to pop up during the Grammys in the midst of a performance from one of the night's nominees.
The 32-year-old singer dazzled in a Randi Rahm sequined gold mini-dress as she performed at the event, along with John Legend, who also sang for the birthday girl.