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Beyoncé is premiering her “Lemonade” HBO special Saturday night. Pictured: Beyoncé at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Feb. 15, 2016. Getty Images

On Saturday night Beyoncé fans will have their eyes glued to HBO for the singer’s highly buzzed-about special, titled “Lemonade.” Beyoncé first teased the secret project last weekend when she posted a short teaser video on Instagram.

Beyoncé, 34, then released another longer video last Sunday, April 17. In it, the Ivy Park designer is seen wearing long blonde cornrows and a fur coat as she leans on the front of a car. As other images flash across the screen, the “Formation” singer says: “The past and the present merge to meet us here. What are you hiding? Imagine lovers as trees. Why can’t you see me? Love of my, you are the love of my life. Wrap your legs around me. What am I doing, my love? Pull me in, pull me in, pull me in.”

While it’s not exactly clear what “Lemonade” is, Entertainment Weekly reported that a source revealed that it’s going to be a “lengthy concept video.” USA Today wrote that Beyoncé’s HBO project is more like a “docu-style special,” similar to her “Life Is But a Dream.”

As previously reported, there were also rumors that “Lemonade” could be a visual album, similar to her 2013 self-titled album, which included music videos with every song.

So where can the BeyHive watch the singer’s super-top-secret special? For those who are already subscribed to HBO’s TV package, they can simply tune in to the channel Saturday at 9 p.m. EDT. For some lucky fans who don’t have a subscription to HBO, the network teamed up with Cinemax for a promotion that runs April 22-25. The promotion allows nonsubscribers to watch “Lemonade” — and other HBO programming — for free on their TVs. However, not every cable provider will participate in the free HBO promotion.