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The queen made history by being the first African American to headline Coachella. Beyoncé brought out her dance army and an HBCU band. She performed for a total of 105 minutes and looked Flawless.
Wearing all gold and glowing like never before, Bey debuted her baby bump. She performed "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" from the album Lemonade.
Performing side by side with Bruno Mars and Coldplay, Beyoncé still seemed to be the center of the big show. She referenced black history and made political statements all while killing the stage.
Beyoncé performed a total of five songs from the hit album, Lemonade. Let's just say she was so lit, the stage caught on fire…. literally!
Headlines were sparked during the debut of Jay-Z and Beyoncé's single, "Drunk in Love". The couple opened the night with a steamy show.
She had the crowd going crazy when she lit the stage on fire and brought out Destiny's Child. Dressed in her black leotard, she showed the crowd how it's done!
During the last episode of The Orpah Winfrey Show, Beyoncé was one of the artists to take the stage. She showed up with an army of women to sing "Run The World (Girls)".
Honey Honey, did this performance have the entire audience shocked! Queen B sang "Love On Top" and later unbuttoned her suit to debut her baby bump with Blue Ivy Carter. It was a mic drop kind of moment.
Using holograms to create clones, Beyoncé had the audience shook when she delivered a unique performance with so many visual effects. Like always, she stayed in sync with all the moves on screen and she stole the show.
Another grand entrance, this time it included sirens and Bey sliding down a rope. The artist performed, "Ring The Alarm" while wearing a trench coat over her leotard.