Working a glittering, beaded gown, Beyonce brought the A-list audience to its feet with the country-blues "Daddy Lessons" from her newest album "Lemonade", joined by a bevy of on-stage musicians and the Dixie Chicks.
It's unclear what or with whom the pop/R&B star will perform, but Beyoncé received popular and critical acclaim for her latest album Lemonade.
Beyoncé is reportedly set to perform at The 50th Annual CMA Awards. The Dixie Chicks, for their part, wholeheartedly embraced the tune, habitually covering it on their recent tour. Read The Dixie Chicks' statement below, and check out the original performance above.
It quickly earned rave reviews from such country musicians as Dierks Bentley, Karen Fairchild, Blake Shelton and Garth Brooks. He's nominated for the top prize, which he won the last two consecutive years.
Italian police deny Amnesty charge of 'migrant torture'
The report said such treatment amounted to torture within the definitions of the United Nations Convention Against Torture. He also alleged that police officers sexually abused him because he continued to resist fingerprinting.
The 26-year-old Texan, who has launched hits with "My Church" and "80s Mercedes", will perform at the live show in Nashville, Tennessee, where a string of classic and contemporary performers will hit the stage to celebrate the CMA Awards' 50th anniversary.
Chris Stapleton, who won big at last year's show, was the night's top victor with two: He took home male vocalist and music video of the year.
The three-hour show also featured performances by George Strait, Brooks & Dunn, Jason Aldean and Little Big Town, who sang their new song Better Man, written by Taylor Swift.
After blurting thanks to the many legends in attendance, Underwood was seemingly at a loss for words, saying "I've just become suddenly stupid".
During the show, co-host Brad Paisley continuously mentioned Bey's performance and when the moment arrived the internet went into complete chaos.