Beyoncé Performs Black National Anthem, Reunites Destiny's Child & More At Coachella

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Rumours that Destiny's Child would reform for this year's festival have been circulating for months. After all, it is not for nothing that the beauty is known as Queen Bey by her fans. Eventually, JAY-Z joined his wife to rap on "Deja Vu", but one of the most exciting moments was still to come: a Destiny's Child reunion!

Beyoncé was supposed to headline Coachella in 2017 but had to cancel because she was pregnant with twins, according to CNN. That's right, Beyonce, 36, invited Kelly Rowland, 37, and Michelle Williams, 37, on to the stage during her huge, headlining performance and needless to say, fans went nuts.

Fans went wild as Beyonce and Destiny's Child went through hit after hit for almost two hours.

She also covered songs by Jamaican musicians- Dawn Penn's No No No and Sister Nancy's Bam Bam. The last time the band performed together was at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.

The mind-blowing performance made up for previous year, when the "Love on Top" singer had to pull out of 2017's festival on doctor's orders because she was pregnant with twins. At Coachella, the group performed "Say My Name", "Soldier", and 'Lost My Breath.

Beyonce voiced pride that she was the first black woman to headline Coachella. So I had time to dream and dream and dream with two lovely souls in my belly.

From all those live-streaming and watching #Couchella to the live crowd at actual Coachella, everyone was S C R E A M I N G. Bey is back, and in a big way. "Can't wait to see y'all at 11:05pm!" From Beyonce to Tyler The Creator the performances of all artists were incredible.

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