Rihanna will reportedly perform at the BRIT Awards.
Bosses are believed to be confident that the 'Diamonds' hitmaker will take to the stage at the ceremony later this month.
An industry insider said: "Brits bosses have wanted to get Rihanna for a long time, but they've been waiting for an answer.
"She has been finalising her album plans and wanted to get the Grammys out of the way before confirming a second performance."
It is unlikely, though, that she will be joined by Kanye West and Paul McCartney to perform 'FourFiveSeconds' as she did at the Grammys and bosses are hoping she may perform a new song off her upcoming album.
The source continued to The Sun newspaper: "It looks highly likely that Kanye and Macca will both be unable to make the performance too so she could sing an entirely different song.
"'FourFiveSeconds' would be tough for Rihanna to sing on her own so it's possible she will debut a new song entirely on the O2 Arena stage."
It is not the first time the 26-year-old beauty has graced the BRITs stage. She appeared three times before, most recently in 2012, where she performed her hit 'We Found Love'.
Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Madonna are just some of the artists confirmed to perform at the annual ceremony, which will be held at east London's O2 Arena on February 25th.