Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella

16 April, 2018, 02:05 | Author: Gary Shelton
  • Beyoncé to reunite with Destiny’s Child at Coachella

The singer, whose performance sparked the trending hashtag #Beychella, performed on the second night of the music festival in Indio, Calif. Fans have been anticipating Beyonce's return to the festival stage after she canceled her performance the year before because of her pregnancy.

Beyoncé, the first black woman to ever headine Coachella, added a few special guests to her elaborate set. Queen Bey started with nothing less than a royal entrance, with a fierce female drummer doing the roll before she appears in her majorette outfit and sashays down the runway with her glistening cape.

Which means you should definitely check out this clip of her performing with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams before it gets taken down.

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The singer posted on social media to promote her next performance at the ACM awards and we're blown away because she looks as attractive as ever!

And Snoop Dogg dropped some serious plaudits for Beyonce, saying that she has dethroned his favorite two performers at Coachella.

The trio last performed together at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show, after going on hiatus to pursue solo careers in 2003 and finally disbanding three years later.

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Her husband, rap mogul Jay-Z, popped up on stage toward the end of her set to join in their song Deja Vu.

The singer's almost two-hour performance also included quotes from civil rights activist Malcolm X as well as samples of Nina Simone. The superstar was due to perform a year ago but had to postpone because she was pregnant with her twins, Sir and Rumi.

The theme was "Beyoncé Homecoming 2018", and boy did she bring it on home! "I hope y'all enjoyed the show".

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