Get into formation because Beyoncé is officially Queen of the the Grammy nominees. She's up for nine awards at the 2017 show — including Record of the Year (“Formation”) and Album Of The Year (Lemonade). Her feisty anthems "Formation" and "Hold Up" also scored nods for Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance, respectively. That's nothing to sorry about. (Sorry, we couldn't resist.)
Other big nominees include Justin Bieber (thanks to his Purpose release), breakout duo The Chainsmokers (whose inescapable hit "Closer" featuring Halsey is up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance), as well as Chance the Rapper, who snagged seven nominations at the event including Best New Artist and Best Rap Album.
The Grammy Awards air February 12 on CBS with the The Late Late Show host James Corden as host, live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. You can head over to the Grammys' official website for the complete list of nominations.
By the way, come show night, we expect Bey to do nothing short of slay.