Destiny's Child Reunites at Coachella

Les plus belles coiffures de Beyonce sur scene Coachella 2018

Destiny's Child Reunites at Coachella

Back in 2006, Destiny's Child announced their final show at that year's NBA All-Star Game, with all of the group's members going on to continue their respective solo careers.

Her show-stopping performance marks the first time that a black woman has headlined the festival, reports CNN.

After a grand entrance, "Crazy in Love" kicked off a performance that would take the Coachella crowd (and those watching the livestream at home) on a journey through Beyoncé's biggest hits.

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She sang several songs from her album "Lemonade" backed up by the band and surrounded by step dancers.

After months of rumors, Coachella attendees also saw a Destiny's Child reunion.

In case you've not been paying attention, this weekend has seen the first half of Coachella 2018 take place. "I am very proud of the artist, entertainer and global philanthropist Beyonce has become.", she tweeted. Incredible work, incredible performance, just incredible. The set was a year in the making: Beyonce had been due to headline last year, but had to pull out due to her pregnancy with twins. Lady Gaga stepped in to fill the lineup in 2017.

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

Performing for thousands of her screaming fans and millions more who watched her live through YouTube video streaming. "We need your energy!"

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