Beyoncé Slays Beychella Again W/ JAY-Z & Destiny's Child

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It was the question on everyone's lips: could Beyoncé live up to last weekend's epic performance at Coachella?

Last weekend, the 36-year-old songstress made headlines around the world with her jaw dropping performance complete with a full marching band that paid tribute to historically black colleges.

Her second show was similar to the first, with a Destiny's Child reunion and appearances from her husband Jay Z and sister Solange.

It stood to reason that some fans were left pondering how the super star singer could possibly mix things up to meet the high bar she had set for herself.

Bey, too, was embellished in a hot pink, rhinestone-studded hoodie, bleached denim bottoms, and brought back out her holographic boots.

And for those who missed out on Coachella, Beyonce has launched a merchandise pop-up store, where fans can purchase exclusive items to commemorate her memorable performances. This time, however, their mini dance battle ended with a fall, as Bey failed to pick her sister up and they tumbled to the floor. Destiny's Child, Solange and Jay Z all changed it up in the wardrobe department from week 1.

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.

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