We鈥檙e just hours away from tonight鈥檚 Grammy Awards (which are set to air on CBS at 8pm/7c), and we鈥檙e busy putting the finishing touches on our Beyonc茅-themed viewing party, drooling over the celeb swag bag goodies and reliving the 20 most memorable red carpet looks of all time. We鈥檙e also stocking up on plenty of tissues, 鈥檆ause rumor has it there will be plenty of epic, heartwarming show moments in store for tonight, and trust us when we say these tearjerkers will make the whole country cry.

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For starters, there will be Queen Bey鈥檚 performance. While some are speculating we鈥檒l see yet another聽ode to her twins, given the current political climate and Bey鈥檚 huge presence on the campaign trail, it wouldn鈥檛 be at all surprising to see her use her time on stage to send a strong message to President Trump. She鈥檚 stood up for victims of racism, police brutality and more on her tour, and the Grammy stage seems like the perfect place for her to continue sharing her message of empowerment.

In addition to her #GirlBoss moment, others are also speculating that Bey might be involved in a heartwarming tribute to Prince. As Racked points out, the two HAVE performed together on the Grammy stage before and a Prince tribute HAS been confirmed for tonight, so really, it sort of would make sense, wouldn鈥檛 it?

Continuing the evening鈥檚 somber mood will be a likely posthumous win for the late, great David Bowie whose final record, Black Star, is nominated for Best Alternative Music Album. As TIME points out, 鈥淏owie received only two Grammys during his lifetime, one of which was honorary and the other of which recognized a music video. Bowie鈥檚 evolution as an artist is realized in Blackstar鈥榮 haunting, prescient rock and should take home a posthumous award for this.鈥 Yup, we can already sense the tears.

Last but certainly not least will be Adele鈥檚 big comeback moment. Just one year after experiencing some serious tech issues on the same stage, the songstress will be getting up to perform, and while her soulful croonings always have us feeling some kind of way, we鈥檙e speculating that she might be giving a tribute to her 鈥渉ero,鈥 George Michael, who passed away on Christmas Day. Anddddd cue the waterworks.

Between the possibly political Beyonc茅 performance, a posthumous win by a legend and tributes to numerous music industry greats, this year鈥檚 ceremony is shaping up to be a somber (and sobering) one 鈥 not to mention the moving speeches we鈥檙e bound to hear: (at least if the SAG Awards were any indicator).

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