Three Beyonce Albums Re-Enter Billboard 200 Chart After Coachella Performance

68 get it here. 

68 get it here. 

For her second headlining performance at the Indio, California, music festival, the pop superstar stuck to the same setlist as last week - singing hits that spanned her 20-year career like "Crazy in Love" and "Partition" - but shook up the show with a few changes.

Beyonce, while trying to pick up her younger sister Solange for a repeat of last weekend's dance off to "Get Me Bodied", accidentally dropped her and fell over herself.

The legendary singer-songwriter returned to the Coachella stage for the closing ceremony and reigned once again.

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

During her first performance, DJ Khaled came over the speakers and said, "After tonight, Coachella gotta rename Coachella the Beychella".

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. Other than performing with her sister, and her former bandmates, Queen Bey also performed with husband Jay-Z.

The reunited girlband performed the same medley as the week before, which included "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name" and "Soldier".

"Give it up for my sister", Beyonce told the audience. However, Colombian singer J Balvin joined in for "Mi Gente", a song they played without him last week. Yes, guys, you heard us right.

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