Beyoncé is reportedly bringing her talents to Las Vegas for a residency that will make her even richer than she already is and will give fans possibly the greatest show of her career.

According to our friends over at, the 23-time Grammy winner is “preparing to embark” on a residency in Vegas that will make her “the highest paid entertainer in the city.”

B. Scott’s sources say we can expect an official announcement sometime next year, so prepare your wallets!

Of course nothing has been confirmed (Beyoncé tends to rely on the “surprise” factor for things like this), however, if true, this will not be her first time hitting the Vegas strip.

If you’ll remember, she filmed a series of concerts at the luxury hotel Wynn Las Vegas for a DVD special called “I Am… Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn” in 2009.

Since then, Beyoncé has done a number of sell-out arena AND stadium tours, performed twice at the Super Bowl and made history with her unforgettable 2008 Coachella performance, which was made into a critically acclaimed Netflix special called “Homecoming.”

While some fans are geeked over the idea of a Beyoncé Vegas residency, some members of the BeyHive aren’t 100% convinced it’s true.

One excited fan tweeted: “If Beyoncé does a residency in Vegas, I’m going!”

“If Beyoncé were to do a residency, I expect a PRODUCTION of Beychella’s scale every single show,” another wrote. “Can you imagine the greatness? For me, like at least another solo era before doing a residency, but we have no idea where she’s at in terms of career ambitions.”

“Beyoncé would never do this lmao nope, never,” one BeyHive member wrote, while another added: “Unless if she’s doing a 10 thousand seater, I don’t see that happening!”

“A Vegas residency seems so restrictive and limited,” commented another fan. “Beyoncé loves to travel and connect with different cultures. I can’t see her comprising her big shows for that.”

Another fan shared: “She’s a mother of 3, she’s nearing her 40s…. The most logical thing for her and her family is to still perform every day but also taking care of her kids and her body. Touring can be exhausting af so wether she really does it or not, I’ll support her.”

Beyoncé’s last tour was 2018’s On The Run II World Tour with husband Jay-Z, who she shares three children with—7-year-old Blue Ivy and 2-year-old twins Rumi and Sir.

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