Sources at the Grammys told TMZ that Bey was backstage before her performance, meeting with her production crew when someone asked about the 2 festival dates in April. TMZ reported that she said as long as she’s healthy she will be performing.
The word “healthy” is key. Since she’s having twins, Beyoncé could be concerned doctors might order bed rest. TMZ was told Bey reassured her team — many of whom signed one year contracts — they would all be compensated, even if she couldn’t perform. TMZ guessed that’s a reference to an insurance policy.
If Beyonce’s pregnancy makes performing in April too risky, she could still collect her fee under a very common insurance policy written for entertainers.
According to one such policy, obtained by TMZ, the insurance company will pay the fee of a sidelined singer for “incapacity” … which our lawyers say typically includes complications from a high-risk pregnancy.
This was the first time some people on the team had seen her pregnant, and that’s why they raised the Coachella topic.
As for the big mystery — TMZ was told Bey never mentioned exactly how many months pregnant she is.