ET has learned that Beyonce's performance might include the singer dressed in gold and appearing on a giant turntable. The theme might be the diva's journey and evolution from child performer to superstar with actresses playing her at different stages of her life.
"Whenever she comes, she brings it," executive producer Ken Ehrlich told ET's Kevin Frazier. "Let's hope that -- if that happens -- it'll be pretty amazing."
The GRAMMY winner isn't expected to do any high-flying acrobatics or over-the-top stunts, considering that she is pregnant with twins, but Ehrlich said that her growing baby bump adds an extra glow that could make for an extra special performance.
"It's the glory of motherhood. She looks more radiant than ever," Ehrlich said. "She looks so beautiful."
Beyonce's close friend, Gwyneth Paltrow, also had pleasant remarks about the baby news when ET's Carly Steel caught up with her at the La Perla runway show in New York on Thursday.
"I'm very excited," Paltrow said. "Babies are always a good thing. Babies bring good luck!"
And what do you get the mother who has everything when she's having twins? Paltrow's got that dilemma covered.
"Maybe a foot massage," she said.
The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards will air live on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS.