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Willie, NCT 127 and Gwen? This leaked 2020 Houston Rodeo lineup proves to be true

The lineup that made its rounds on Twitter matched the lineup that was released Thursday night.

HOUSTON — The 2020 concert lineup for RodeoHouston wasn't supposed to be revealed until Thursday night at 7 p.m. 

But a "leaked" lineup that made the rounds on Twitter on Thursday afternoon proved to be legit. 

The performers include Willie Nelson,Chris Stapleton, the K-pop group NCT 127 and Gwen Stefani. Her longtime boyfriend Blake Shelton, a regular at the rodeo, isn't on the list. 

The lineup going around Twitter matched the music genres RodeoHouston  released in December.

We reached out to RodeoHouston management for a response.

"There are several lineups that have been shared on social media. We are excited to unveil the official 2020 RODEOHOUSTON lineup tonight," Brittany Rader said.

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Here are the performers on the "leaked" lineup:

March 3: Midland

March 4: Willie Nelson

March 5: Becky G

March 6: TBA Feb. 4

March 7: Maren Morris

March 8: Ramon Ayala

March 9: Chris Young

March 10: NCT 127

March 11: Kane Brown

March 12: Cody Johnson

March 13: TBA Feb. 4

March 14: Jon Pardi

March 15: Dierks Bentley

March 16: Keith Urban

March 17: Gwen Stefani

March 18: Khalid

March 19: Chris Stapleton

March 20: TBA Feb.4

March 21: Brad Paisley

March 22: Luke Bryan

The rodeo released the official lineup Thursday night. The three Friday night concerts won't be revealed until Feb 4.

There's speculation -- or at least wishful thinking -- that Houston's own Lizzo will be on that list. Two of the three Friday genres are Hip Hop and the third is EDM or electric dance music.

Tap here for information on rodeo ticket sales.

Download the KHOU app to watch the announcement Thursday at 7.