Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella

Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella

Beyonce to reunite with Destiny's Child at Coachella

As we've reported, and anybody who's follower knows, Beyoncé's scheduled to perform solo on Saturday.

Bey was set to perform at the music festival past year, but had to cancel due to her pregnancy with her twins Rumi and Sir.

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Our Coachella sources tell us Beyonce fired about 20 of her backup dancers earlier this week. "We need your energy!"

Beyonce is reuniting Destiny's Child, the group that helped her skyrocket to fame, at this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, according to insiders. There will be an hour intermission before my performance, so mark your spot, charge your phones, grab your drinks.

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Queen Bey will take the stage Saturday, April 14, at approximately 11:05pm PT/2:05am ET, so you may want to take a nap and load up on caffeine before tuning in. "But it's happening", the source noted. Cardi recently said she plunked down about $300k of her own money to cover production costs, but we're told costs swelled to as much as $450k.

For those won't be able to make the trek to the desert, YouTube is streaming all of Coachella this weekend (via the channels below) - including Bey's performance. Additionally, Beyoncé and Jay Z's forthcoming On The Run 2 Tour kicks off in June in Europe, then comes to the July.

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