Beyoncé made history on Saturday night, performing for thousands of people at Coachella, and becoming the first black woman in history to headline the festival.
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She also thanked Coachella for allowing her be the first black woman to ever headline the California music festival. In classic Queen Bey style, she then sang "Run the World (Girls)".
Bey was originally slated to headline Coachella a year ago but she dropped out on her doctor's advise after addressing her pregnancy with twins, Lady Gaga then took her place.
After opening with "Crazy In Love" and "Freedom" in her Beta Alpha Kappa hoodie, Bey made sure to add something to her setlist that made a political point.
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"I was supposed to perform at Coachella before but I ended up getting pregnant so I had time to dream and dream and dream and I dreamt up this whole performance".
Rousting said Beyoncé is a "perfectionist" who "has such a distinct vision for fashion and for her music". "We have been working hard and have a special show planned for you so please be safe and stay hydrated".
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