Last December, the Internet nearly exploded with the news that Beyoncé had unexpectedly released an entire album on iTunes. We thought the singer was up to her old tricks when a fake second 'surprise' album tracklist began to circulate on Twitter at the weekend – but it turns out, it was TRUE.
Well, sort of.
A press release has now confirmed that Bey is indeed dropping a 'Platinum Edition Box Set' on 24 November. It will be composed of two CDs and two DVDs, and will contain four remixes of original tracks from the first self-titled album, as well as two new additional tracks: '7/11' and 'Ring Off'.
We can also look forward to ten live performances from 'The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour' (on the DVDs), as well as stars such as Pharrell and Nicki Minaj on the remixes.
So while the entire contents of the leaked document hasn't held up (we were promised Justin Timberlake), not to worry, as at least new music is coming.
And that's all that matters.