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Beyonce and Solange fall during Coachella set

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Michele Schwartz | 23 April, 2018, 22:01

By now, everyone knows that Beyoncé has slayed at Coachella. But because both of the ladies are stunners, they goofed around, laughed it off, and continued on with rocking the second weekend of the music festival.

If you thought Ariana Grande's surprise set at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival's second weekend was something to rave over, we can say with certainty that the "No Tears Left To Cry" singer's pop-up was just the beginning.

The legendary singer-songwriter returned to the Coachella stage for the closing ceremony and reigned once again. She has delivered not one but two powerful performances looking absolutely gorgeous in Olivier Rousteing ensembles.

Beyonce was headlining Coachella after pulling out previous year because she was pregnant with her twins, Sir Carter and Rumi. Despite the fact that the track listing was the same as last weekend, but the singer company once again made sister Solange Knowles and husband Jay-Z, the audience was left in awe. This time, however, their mini dance battle ended with a fall, as Bey failed to pick her sister up and they tumbled to the floor. Not only did her voice do the magic but her beauty looks, bedazzling outfits, and overall glam game also made sure to allure.

Despite the quick tumble, the duo kept the ball rolling and danced off the minor embarrassing moment - like the true professionals that they are.

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