AceShowbiz - Beyhive went abuzz with rumors suggesting Beyonce Knowles recorded a theme song for the upcoming James Bond movie "No Time to Die". Her fans were convinced she gave a hint at the soundtrack with one of the pictures on her Instagram.
It was a photo of her at the Golden Globe Awards. She was leaning over the table to sip her martini. No caption was added to the image, but her fans claimed it was enough to point to the 007 since the famous British super spy's signature drink was also martini.
Fans recalled Queen Bey also posted a picture of a glass of lemonade before she eventually dropped her sixth studio album "Lemonade" in 2016.
Another alleged clue was found by the singer's diehard fans on the latest commercial of her Ivy Park x Adidas. They believed it was no coincidence that the clock in the ad pointed to 4 and 10 and the new Daniel Craig-starring movie was due April 10 (4/10) in the United States.
While the internet chatters only heated up recently, fans believed the "Formation" star had been giving clues since 2018. One tweeted, "Beyonce has been hinting at James Bond since her 2018 Coachella set when she sampled the theme tune during Don't Hurt Yourself."
Another claimed, "What makes me think Beyonce is really doing the James Bond soundtrack is that it's less than three months before the movie yet we still don't know who are singing the songs."
It's not the first time Beyonce was rumored to sing Bond theme song. Over a decade ago, she was rumored to record a song for 2008's "Quantum of Solace" but Alicia Keys and Jack White ended up joining forces on a track called "Another Way to Die". It unfortunately got lukewarm reception in the U.S. as it only reached No. 81 at Hot 100.
In 2017, a new rumor suggested Beyonce was in talks to do a song for the next Bond film. She was reportedly keen in taking the challenge following the success of Adele and Sam Smith with their respective singles for 2012's "Skyfall" and 2015's "Spectre".
Back then, it was rumored she would get help from her husband Jay-Z. On top of that, an MGM studio executive reportedly claimed an appearance by the singer in the movie would be "the icing on the cake."
Beyonce herself recently did a song for the Jon Favreau-directed "The Lion King" remake. She also lent her voice to the character Nala. She received multiple nominations including a Golden Globe and two Grammys for the soundtrack.