Watch Beyoncé Headline Coachella, Reunite with Destiny's Child


Beyoncé made history as the first black woman to headline Coachella on Saturday.

Beyoncé superfan Adele could simply not hold in her excitement during her Coachella set it seems.

After becoming pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir Carter and pulling out of headlining previous year, Beyoncé will make her triumphant return to Coachella tomorrow. "Ain't that 'bout a bitch?" Beginning with her 2003 debut solo single, "Crazy in Love", she then transitioned into "Freedom", "Formation" and "Sorry" from her 2016 visual album Lemonade. The surprise is "to make up for the fact she was unable to perform previous year". Watch her full set below.

Beyonce built record Saturday night time marking her return to the stage since giving birth.

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The Texan singer had been due to play Coachella previous year, but was forced to pull out after becoming pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir.

She did it! Beyonce invited Destiny's Child to join her for her wild Coachella performance! The trio performed "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name", and "Soldier".

The group, composed of Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams, are behind various hits including "Survivor", "Independent Woman", and "Bootylicious". Her last performance was during the 2017 Grammy Awards.

Jay Z spotted through the smoke on stage as the couple performed Deja Vu together. Costumes honored the fictional Beta Delta Kappa fraternity, which members of the Beyhive on quickly schemed to pledge to on social media.