Beyoncé Makes History at Coachella

Once again the Queen made history, this time at Coachella as she is the first Black woman to headline the world-famous music festival. 

For two hours Beyoncé delivered a powerhouse performance that put her in a class all her own and even drew comparisons to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. She performed a slew of hits, brought out many familiar faces like Jay-Z, her sister Solange, and even reunited with Destiny's Child. 

This show was a year in the making as Beyoncé fans, also known as the Beyhive, hasn't seen her perform since her Grammys performance last year. Since then, she and Jay-Z have welcomed their twins Rumi and Sir Carter. This Coachella performance was a great precurser to her and Jay-Z's joint tour kicking off this summer.