Beyoncé delivered another showstopping performance Saturday evening at Coachella, and her fans could hardly contain themselves. Last night, the singer became the first female of colour to headline Coachella, and not one to miss out on the iconic festival, Adele made a decision to tune in via a stream from the comfort of her own home.
Her husband, rap mogul Jay-Z, popped up on stage toward the end of her set to join in their song Deja Vu.
Bey was originally slated to headline Coachella previous year but she dropped out on her doctor's advise after addressing her pregnancy with twins, Lady Gaga then took her place.
In addition to the girl group's reunion, Coachella was Beyonce's first public performance she gave birth to her and Jay-Z's twins Rumi and Sir Carter in June of 2017.
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Kicking off her performance with a nod to Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Bey recruited a band, dancers and a step team consisting of HBCU attendees and/or grads. After months of rumors that the trio would reunite at the music festival, the ladies performed their hits "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name", and "Soldier" from their '90s and early aughts albums.
And Snoop Dogg dropped some serious plaudits for Beyonce, saying that she has dethroned his favorite two performers at Coachella.
As Beyoncé finished her set Saturday, she told the audience, "I'm so happy that I am here".
While Beyoncé is a powerful performer by herself, a little back-up never hurt anyone. "We have been working hard and have a special show planned for you so please be safe and stay hydrated".