Earlier this week, some diligent fans noticed that a new "Beyoncé and JAY-Z" artist page surfaced on the Ticketmaster website.
It has since disappeared, but not before screenshots were grabbed and wishful thinking began.
A page for "Beyoncé & Jay Z" has appeared on Ticketmaster UK's official website! pic.twitter.com/rSZyIrCcfZ— Yoncé Hub (@theyoncehub) February 21, 2018
You guys... Ticketmaster UK just updated with a "Beyonce and Jay Z" page which I know for a fact was not there before. I suspect they're about to announce a joint tour. pic.twitter.com/fBnNXN2jOM— mom. (@nathalielibero) February 21, 2018
Amid rumors of a joint tour of B and Jay, the ticketmaster site added a "Beyoncé and Jay-Z" page here in the US and UK, another page said it visited the site weeks ago and said that option did not exist only those of the two individuals. Humm this is a trolling ? 👀 pic.twitter.com/RJZfEQOxmh— Beyoncé Power (@250douglas) February 21, 2018
If a joint tour between the married couple does come to fruition, it would mark a follow-up to 2014's "On the Run Tour."
Beyoncé's most recent album arrived in 2016 with Lemonade. JAY-Z released 4:44 last year, which addressed many of the same relationship issues expressed on Lemonade from Jay's perspective.
The pair also recently appeared together in the video for "Family Feud."
Of course, the part-time conspiracy theorists aren't always right — the Beyhive recently predicted that their queen would appear on the Black Panther soundtrack, but she didn't end up on Kendrick Lamar's final cut.
Stay tuned for any official tour announcements.