The singer opened her long-anticipated performance singing her 2003 hit 'Crazy in Love'.
We were not ready!
After pulling out of Coachella 2017 because she was pregnant with twins, Beyoncé has just performed at this year's festival - and boy, was it worth the wait. "Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline", she told the crowd, introducing "Run the World (Girls)".
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"I was created to play at Coachella earlier, however I wound up becoming pregnant", Beyoncé explained.
In case you've not been paying attention, this weekend has seen the first half of Coachella 2018 take place.
The mind-blowing performance made up for previous year, when the "Love on Top" singer had to pull out of 2017's festival on doctor's orders because she was pregnant with twins.
Adele shared hilarious videos of herself twerking and dancing away while watching the mammoth set - and she may have even put on a better performance that the Queen. "I hope y'all enjoyed the show, we worked very hard".