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Near-Wardrobe Malfunctions Didn’t Stop Beyoncé Living Her Coachella Momentum

Queen Bey asked, “Can you keep up?” when the songstress reunited with Destiny’s Child belting their hit single “Lose My Breath” at Coachella.

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Beyoncé made the historically epic moment with her rocking performance at Coachella on April 14, Saturday — her first highly anticipated headlining performance since welcoming twin babies Sir and Rumi in June — as she was joined by her former Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

Near-Wardrobe Malfunctions Didn't Stop Beyoncé Living Her Coachella Momentum
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Queen Bey asked, “Can you keep up?” when the songstress reunited with Destiny’s Child belting their hit single “Lose My Breath” at Coachella. And her stunning look answered the question: “No!!!”

The 36-year-old Bey completedly rocked five custom Balmain looks for her much-awaited California music festival performance on Saturday night, wearing a camo body suit with thigh-high boots. Though fans noticed that the singer seemed to be having a bit a trouble with her costume. While took the stage with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, Bey was spotted doing some choreography while adjusting her strap to prevent any unwanted exposure at the concert.

While carrying the same look during a dance-off with her sissy Solange, the songstress’s one hand was over her strap as her over-the-knee boots became loose and dropped to the pop star’s ankles.

And unsurprisingly Twitter users have a lot to say on the matter.

One said, “These twins gave Beyonce a MORE bangin body than she already had! Homegirl almost had a wardrobe malfunction! Designers: Y’all gotta accommodate, Bey needs more cup space!”

While other praised Bey for being a complete pro by showing some good moves and not missing a beat while ensuring there was no Janet Jackson moment.

Another fan wrote, “I will never be over Beyoncé doing the entire Get Me Bodied extended dance break while simultaneously fighting off a wardrobe malfunction.”

Designer Olivier Rousteing made all five costumes in collaboration with the singer, stylist Marni Senofonte and Bey’s rest of the team. The stunning outfits included everything from opulent bejeweled leotards.

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