This is how Beyonce took everyone's breath away with her Coachella performance

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

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

Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams, also known as Destiny's Child, reunited onstage at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Beyonce thanked the Coachella for booking her to perform and said, "Thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline Coachella".

They stunned the spectators with their electrifying performance. But the biggest surprise of the evening when with the unexpected reunion with of Destiny's Child. They began their performance with their 2004 hit song Lose My Breath which was followed by Say My Name and Soldier. The pop icon made history by being the first black female headliner in Coachella's 19 years and she made sure not to disappoint her army of loyal fans.

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In case you missed the show, witness the magic here.

According to Kaplan, both Beyonce and her sister Solange, who has lived in New Orleans for about four years, have come to more than one Tuesday night show at the Maple Leaf. According to Page Six, the singer's publicist sent a Friday email requesting that news outlets use only official photos of Saturday night's headlining set, rather than fan-shot amateur photos from Instagram or other social media. She was slated to headline the California festival previous year, but had to cancel after her doctor recommended she limit activity during the end of her pregnancy with twins Rumi and Sir Carter. The audience has already started counting days but for now watch the best moments of Beyonce at Coachella.

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