She has delivered not one but two powerful performances looking absolutely gorgeous in Olivier Rousteing ensembles. While last night's set was largely the same as her one last weekend, Queen Bey did majorly switch up one feature: her outfits. But with Beyoncé being, well, Beyoncé, some wondered how the superstar might mix things up for the festival's second weekend.
The Formation singer, 36, dazzled in completely different costumes to her Coachella debut last week, where she made history becoming the first African-American woman to headline the Californian festival.
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While the sisters laughed their slip off, we can't get enough of Bey's fashion parade on the stage. Backed by a full marching band in tribute to historically black colleges, a drumline and dozens of dancers, her powerful headlining set featured a surprise Destiny's Child reunion, her husband Jay-Z and more. However, Colombian singer J Balvin joined in for "Mi Gente", a song they played without him last week.
The Crazy In Love singer's powerful moments have elicited positive responses from impressed fans and celebrities alike.
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