Beyoncé has reunited with Destiny’s Child at Coachella and people are losing their minds
Queen Bey had clearly gone into this with a “go big or go home” attitude and she. Went. Big.
After a grand entrance, ‘Crazy in Love’ kicked off a performance that would take the Coachella crowd (and those watching the livestream at home) on a journey through Beyoncé’s biggest hits.
— Joe (@CCFan007) April 15, 2018
A tiered stage meant there was room for a hundred or more other performers, including around 20 dancers, Beyoncé’s band, a full orchestra, choir and drum line.
There were cameos galore, including husband Jay-Z, sister Solange and her Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams who reunited for classics ‘Independent Women’ and ‘Say My Name’.
— Mark Ortega (@MarkEOrtega) April 15, 2018
If it wasn’t for Beyoncé’s spectacular vocal performance, her hair may have stolen the show, with fans blowing those famous locks every which way.
The 36-year-old powered through hits like ‘Who Run The World’, and ‘Me, Myself and I’, before ending with ‘Single Ladies’ and ‘Love on Top’.
It was an epic and stylish display of female empowerment that had jaws on the floor – but honestly, we expected no less.
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) April 15, 2018
No matter what you think of her, you can’t deny Beyoncé’s legacy of excellence in live stage performance.
I’d put her up against anyone, any day, doing any thing.
You just cain’t. #beychella
— Jarrett Hill (@JarrettHill) April 15, 2018
— Darko Grncarov (@DarkoGrncarov) April 15, 2018
Let me remind you that a 36-year-old mother of three just outperformed ANY performer of any age race and gender EVER. sis performed 2 hours straight, had multiple dance breaks, a 20 year old reunion, and still had FLAWLESS VOCALS. Beyoncé won. Talent WON. #beychella pic.twitter.com/ai8oeKPb03
— Tiana (@LOHGRANTHONY) April 15, 2018
— Khadi Don (@KhadiDon) April 15, 2018