The inquisitive members of the Beyhive are on the case again.

Some fans spotted a Ticketmaster page pop up in the U.S. and U.K. that seemed to feature Beyoncé and JAY-Z before it was removed. That was enough to get people excited, and start speculating if another joint tour for the couple is secretly in the works.

A joint tour would make a lot of sense for the power couple. Beyoncé's acclaimed 2016 effort Lemonade, which was a statement of female empowerment while also detailing relationship pains, was followed by JAY's 2017 album, 4:44, which was also about black empowerment and offered a confessional-style look into the ups and downs of their marriage. The album was clearly meant to accompany Lemonade, even using many of the same references, like "Becky."

If the Carter's were to go on tour, it'd be their first outing together since 2013's On the Run Tour. It's well known that Bey loves to drop surprises on fans, so we'll have to wait and see if there's any merit to the speculation.

Meanwhile, you can catch Beyoncé this April when she headlines Coachella.

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