Beyoncé Slayed Coachella With Help From Destiny's Child & Jay-Z

Beyonce is set to perform at Coachella on Saturday

Beyonce is set to perform at Coachella on Saturday

Before all of this glory, Jay-Z appeared and the couple did Déjà Vu which was followed by Queen Bey's feminist anthem - Run The World.

Though it's hard to believe, there actually were other Coachella performances Saturday.

Watch footage of the fantastic Destiny's Child comeback below. After months of rumors that the trio would reunite at the music festival, the ladies performed their hits "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name", and "Soldier" from their '90s and early aughts albums.

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

Beyoncé's top-lining performance was also a historic one, as she became the first black woman ever to headline Coachella.

On Saturday night, Beyoncé took the main stage at the music festival in Indio, California to perform her long-anticipated set. The source added, "She is very excited about the show".

In addition to the girl group's reunion, Coachella was Beyonce's first public performance she gave birth to her and Jay-Z's twins Rumi and Sir Carter in June of 2017.

After they left the stage, Solange then made an appearance to dance along to "Get Me Bodied". At one point in her set, DJ Khaled declared that the festival should be renamed "Beychella". "I had time to dream with two beauitful souls in my belly and this this is everything I dreamed of and more".

Her fans were quick to praise her amusing videos with one writing: "Haha, good to see you are happy" while another wrote: "SLAY EM UP" with a third adding: 'Your music just helped me through a terrible week.

Fresh off releasing his new EP "My Dear Melancholy", The Weeknd performed an emotional set featuring numerous tracks fans are convinced were written about his Selena Gomez split.

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