Are you ready for this reunion? Well, I don’t think so!
Beyoncé remarked her first highly anticipated headlining performance at Coachella on April 14, Saturday, since welcoming her twins Rumi and Sir back in June, the songstress brought out her former Destiny’s Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland.
The crowd was treated with memorable and amazing jams from the ’90s and early 2000s, singing “Lose My Breath,” “Soldier,” and “Say My Name” wearing matching black and bronze ensembles for the iconic looks from the band’s reign on the charts.
Rowland and Williams joined queen Bey for a high-profile performance this time. For those who aren’t aware, the three took the stage together back in February 2013 for their Super Bowl halftime show performance.
Beyoncé started her around two-hour Coachella set by belting a selection of hit tracks, including “Drunk in Love,” “Crazy in Love,” and “Sorry” — she brought out her rapper hubby JAY-Z for a rendition of “Déjà Vu.”
The 36-year-old singer also celebrated an epic moment for both the music fans and herself. “Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline,” Bey said, giving the perfect introduction to “Run the World (Girls).”
The songstress remarked the milestone, performing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which is popularly known as the black national anthem.
Bey was originally slated to headline Coachella last year but she dropped out on her doctor’s advise after addressing her pregnancy with twins, Lady Gaga then took her place. Beyoncé and husband JAY-Z are also parents to their 6-year-old daughter Blue Ivy along with their twins.
A source previously told People of Bey, “She was disappointed last year when she had to cancel, so she wants everything be perfect this time.” The source added, “She is very excited about the show.”