Beyonce Reunites With Destiny’s Child, Solange + Jay-Z for Historic Coachella Show (WATCH)
As predicted, no wig was left intact.
This Saturday (April 14) was all about #Beychella, which went into full effect as Queen Bey charged the stage to take on her greatest hits of all time.
“Formation,” “Crazy in Love," “Sorry” — these were just a few familiar jams the Lemonade star presented to an anxious crowd in her Coachella headlining première.
Front and center, Beyoncé — who wore a bedazzled amber-colored hoodie, denim shorts, and fringed iridescent boots — cranked up the heat on the main stage with a live orchestra and a fierce fleet of canary-yellow dressed majorettes for what will surely go down as one of the most electrifying highlights of her career.
At once suspected untoppable, Bey's Coachella choreography may well rank high on the list of her most inimitable showcases, along with those witnessed during her On the Run Tour and both her 2013 and 2016 Super Bowl halftime showstoppers.
“Thank you Coachella for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline. Ain’t that ‘bout a b-tch?" the artist said before launching into her empowering anthem "Run The World (Girls).”
Later on in the night, the “Partition” songbird shared her renowned showcase with surprise cameos by her little sister Solange for a playful "Get Me Bodied" dance number, and husband Jay-Z, who joined the vocalist for a smashing "Déjà Vu" performance.
Though it was when Beyoncé would hit the stage with her former bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for a special Destiny’s Child reunion to deliver “Soldier,” "Lose My Breath” and “Say My Name” that the Beyhive could no longer control their excitement.
Watch Destiny's Child get in formation at Coachella, below.
"I was supposed to perform at Coachella before but I ended up getting pregnant," Beyoncé noted before ending her stint with "Love On Top."
"I had time to dream with two beautiful souls in my belly and this is everything I dreamed of and more. I hope y'all enjoyed the show, we worked very hard."