Dixie Chicks, Beyonce

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Even musicians are sipping the Lemonade.

The Dixie Chicks appeared in concert in Manchester, England, Saturday and decided to cover Beyoncé's "Daddy Lessons" off her latest album, Lemonade. But when lead singer Natalie Maines missed her starting cue, she laughed it off. "I already messed this whole thing up," she joked.

The band easily recovered thanks to some loud cheering and clapping from the audience. It seems as long as this crowd gets its fix of Queen Bey and the Dixie Chicks, they're pleased! Both the country music group and Beyoncé are continuing their world tours, with the former staying in Europe while the latter makes her way around the U.S. Unfortunately, Nashville won't be getting the Bey treatment.

E! News confirmed Friday that the "Formation" singer has canceled her upcoming Nashville concert. According to the stadium's Twitter, the concert was "postponed due to stadium construction." But a statement from a rep for the star didn't mention anything of the sort.

"Following Wednesday's sold out opening night Formation World Tour concert in Miami, promoters Live Nation announced that the Nashville concert previously scheduled for Thursday, May 5 will be rescheduled," Bey's rep told E! News in a statement. "Details about the rescheduled date will be announced shortly and Nashville tickets holders are advised to retain their tickets which will be honored at the rescheduled event."

The rep added that there were no other changes made to Bey's tour schedule.

Even though she has only given a few performances so far, Bey's concerts have become quite the star-studded affair. During her opening night in Miami, husband Jay Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Michelle Williams were all spotted watching in the front rows.

Despite stirring up controversy with the album's accusatory lyrics, Bey put the rumors to rest by dedicating her performance of "Halo" to her "beautiful husband." 2016 has been full of ups and downs for the "Sorry" songstress, with police boycotting her performances as a result of her "Formation" music video and Super Bowl 2016 performance.

Any controversy surrounding the star, however, hasn't gotten in the way of the Dixie Chicks.

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