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Beyonc makes history with a live performance at Coachella

Beyonc makes history with a live performance at Coachella

If you want to make sure you're on time and wired in to see Beyoncé perform, we're here to help.

The 36-year-old singer delivered festivalgoers into a frenzy when she attracted Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams out to get a Destiny's Child reunion.

Soon Solange Knowles came on stage for a dance cameo with her big sister.

Before all of this glory, Jay-Z appeared and the couple did Déjà Vu which was followed by Queen Bey's feminist anthem - Run The World. Their reactions trended #Beychella on Twitter. I was supposed to perform at Coachella [last year] but I ended up getting pregnant - thank God! We have been working hard and have a special show planned for you so please be safe and stay hydrated. "I want to sing this last song for all my incredible fans, loyal fans, I love y'all". She then wowed fans by launching into Drunk in Love from a crane platform high above the audience. The girls then peeled off their outfits as the light shone on a huge pyramid made up of another 40-plus backing dancers and a full brass band.

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Channelling what we imagine everyone was feeling upon watching the "Single Ladies" singer's performance, these clips just further prove that Adele is a regular person just like us (aside from having a much better singing voice) and it's unbelievable! Streaming this particular song-performance was life-altering, I genuinely can't imagine it live.

The night was also a family affair for Bey.

The last time the three performed together was during the 2015 Stellar Awards where they performed "Say Yes" together.