When Beyonce opened her Coachella set with a performance of "Crazy In Love," she did it with a marching band and a squad of dancers.
During Beyoncé’s highly anticipated headlining performance at Coachella on Saturday — her first since welcoming twins Rumi and Sir last June — the superstar brought out her former Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
DC3 wowed with memorable jams from the ’90s and early 2000s, belting “Say My Name,” “Soldier” and “Lose My Breath” in matching black and bronze ensembles that paid homage to the iconic looks from the group’s reign on the charts.
This isn’t the first time Beyoncé had Rowland and Williams join her for a high-profile performance — the three took the stage together in February 2013 for her Super Bowl halftime show.
The 36-year-old singer began her nearly two-hour Coachella set by performing a selection of hits — including “Sorry,” “Crazy in Love” and “Drunk in Love” — and bringing out husband JAY-Z for a rendition of “Déjà Vu.”
Queen Bey also celebrated a historic moment for both the music festival and herself: “Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline,” she said, making the perfect introduction to “Run the World (Girls).”
Adele's reaction to Beyoncé's Coachella performance with Destiny's Child has to be the most relatable thing I've ever seen.
Although Adele was not actually at Coachella, she had clearly made it a point to watch Beyoncé's performance. It looks like Adele was probably at home, hanging in sweat pants watching the set from the comfort of what seems to be her own living room — honestly, that right there is very relatable to me. Forgoing a crowded music festival to watch it in the comfort of sweatpants at home? Yes, please.
Right after Bey's set, Adele posted three little video Instagram tributes to the singer, and they are all equal parts adorable and hilarious.