Beyoncé makes history as first ever black woman to headline Coachella

Beyoncé to reunite with Destiny’s Child at Coachella

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Destiny's Child performed three of their songs classic songs, marking their 20 year reunion and their first performance together in five years.

Queen Bey has now taken to Facebook to share the news with her fans.

All eyes were on Beyonce's historic headline performance at Coachella on Saturday, which made her ensuing wardrobe malfunction all the more noticeable. Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams appeared on stage with Beyonc- to sing their 90s hits "Say My Name", "Soldier" and "Lose My Breath".

It was their first reunion since Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show in 2013.

She also covered songs by Jamaican musicians- Dawn Penn's No No No and Sister Nancy's Bam Bam.

Last night, Beyoncé took to the stage at Coachella festival to preform in front of thousands of screaming fans.

She ended her performance by praising her band and dancers, as well as thanking festival-goers.

The Texan singer had been due to play Coachella a year ago, but was forced to pull out after becoming pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir. "This is everything and more that I dreamed of it being", she gushed.

In 2017, Beyonce had cancelled her appearance at Coachella citing pregnancy complications.

Beyonc-'s fans, known as the BeyHive, have waited to see her perform since last year's Grammy Awards.

Most recently, however, Beyonce has been in the headlines for a more odd reason, as she was reportedly bitten on the face by an actress on drugs during a party at the end of March.

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