Beyonce fans are still speculating about the identity of “Becky with the good hair” -- the woman who may have had an affair with husband Jay Z.
After guessing that "Becky" might be fashion designer Rachel Roy, many are now speculating that it could be singer Rita Ora.
The British pop singer posted a photo on Snapchat that featured embroidered lemons on her bra, which many believe is a nod to Beyonce's new album, Lemonade.
Adding fuel to the fire, Ora stepped out on Monday in Los Angeles in a red Gucci ensemble. It's the exact skirt and blouse Beyonce wore in her controversial “Formation” music video.
Ora seemed to take another dig at the “Single Ladies” singer on her Instagram page Tuesday morning.
She displayed a poster from the 1973 Elizabeth Taylor movie Ash Wednesday. The film is about a middle-aged woman undergoing cosmetic surgery to save her failing marriage.
The speculation over Ora takes the heat off Roy, who was originally targeted by Beyonce’s fans after she posted an Instagram photo with the caption: "Good hair don't care."
Roy said in a statement to People magazine: “I want to put the speculation and rumors to rest. My Instagram post was meant to be fun and lighthearted, it was misunderstood as something other than that. There is no validity to the idea that the song references me personally. There is no truth to the rumors."
Roy cancelled an event in New York City on Monday citing a "personal emergency.”
Beyonce’s surprise new album has become fodder for the late night comics.
Late Show host Stephen Colbert “white-mansplained” the album’s themes and songs.
Late Late Show host James Corden paid homage to the video that aired on HBO over the weekend by making his own version.
Jimmy Kimmel also tried to explain the record’s themes by using emojis.