During his performance of Beyonce managed to change five sets of outfits, and they all belonged to the authorship of the fashion house Balmain. Beyonce's performance drew around 458k viewers on Youtube.
Musically, the set was almost identical: She was accompanied by the same 100 plus performers and marching band that underscored her black collegiate theme.
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Beyoncé's top three biggest-selling songs during the latest tracking week, as a lead act, were "Formation" (3,000), "Sorry" (2,000) and "Hold Up" (2,000) - all from her Lemonade album, and all were performed at Coachella. One excited Twitterer wrote, "BEYONCÉ TRIED TO PICK UP SOLANGE TO HUG HER AND DROPPED HER SKSKSKKS AND THEY BOTH FELL".
While the sisters were dancing on stage, Beyoncé turned towards Solange to lift her but it looks like the star suffered a slip and the two ended up landing on the floor.
Watch the video here.
However, since fans love these two, the moment got noticed with all happy smiles and laughs.
Mother-of-three Beyonce later shared several images from her performance on her Instagram account. We can always count on Bey to break stereotypes at every walk of life.