Lady Gaga is rumored to be planning a live comeback three months after being diagnosed with synovitis, a severe inflammation of the joints.
In February, Gaga, 26, was forced to cancel the remainder of her "Born This Way" U.S. tour due to a labral tear of her right hip, which left her unable to walk.
A new report claims Gaga will make her long awaited return during Beyonce's Mrs. Carter world tour, specifically when it reaches New York in the Summer.
An email was reportedly sent by concert listings website Songkick describing that Gaga had been lined up to perform with Beyonce on Aug. 3, according to a report by The Sun.
Shortly after canceling her tour, Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, was hospitalized to undergo hip surgery. The procedure was ultimately a success and the Grammy award-winning singer previously described the health scare as "a bump in the road."
"As they wheeled me into surgery...I thought about all of your pain and perseverance, your unique family situations, school environments, health issues, homelessness, identity struggles," Gaga wrote in a personal blog post.
"So I thought to myself, 'I'm alive; I'm living my dream, and this is just a bump in the road,'" she added.
Beyonce and Gaga collaborated back in 2010 for the hit song "Telephone," which Gaga had originally written for pop star Britney Spears. She spoke about working with the "Single Ladies" singer.
"When I was doing her video with her, she called me and she said, 'What do you want to do?' " Gaga previously explained in an interview with New York's Z100 radio station. "And I'm like, 'I don't want to show up in some frickin' hair bow and be fashion Gaga in your video.' I said, 'I want to do you.' "
Also rumored to be making an appearance on stage during the Mrs. Carter world tour, which is currently on the Europe leg of it's tour, is Jay-Z. The hip hop mogul, who is also Beyonce's husband, will allegedly hit the stage along with his best friend Kanye West.