One of the greatest entertainers of our time

If you didn't watch it for yourself, you'll have certainly heard about it.
 
Beyoncé made her on-stage comeback this weekend when she performed at Coachella music and arts festival in California.

She was due to play the festival last summer but had to pull out because the performance was too close to her due date. Over the weekend, she played a mix of new and old tunes, starting off the set with Crazy in Love, followed by Formation and Freedom from her Lemonade album.
 
The performance broke a number of records for a number of reasons. Beyonce is the First black female to headline Coachella and she was joined on stage by three special guests - her husband Jay-Z, her former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams and her sister Solange.

The highlight of the night was when Kelly Roland and Michelle Williams came out on stage. Destiny’s Child became the only girl group to ever perform in that headline slot at Coachella.
 
On top of all that, Beyoncé also broke a number of social media records. The hashtag #Beychella has been trending since Saturday, the longest for any music festival. She also set the highest live streaming record on Saturday night.