Move over yellow, Beychella is officially over this pink life now. Beyoncé returned to her second appearance on the Coachella stage on Saturday, April 21, and although her set was almost identical, her wardrobe dramatically changed, Rolling Stone . The carefully crafted yellow sweatshirts and the college-casual look of the first weekend were swapped for pink material – and though it was a small change, it's one that many fans of the "Formation" singer absolutely loved.
Queen Bey has not only added her bright yellow pink pullovers, but also a new special guest for her second performance. J Balvin joined Beyoncé on stage to sing the remix "Mi Gente", which the couple released in September to raise money for the hurricane relief. Otherwise, their performance ̵
Given the sheer scope of the 27-song set, it's still impressive to see Beyoncé twice in the same show. The amount of choreography and sheer performance that fed into her Coachella performance is awe-inspiring, and it's just a gift to have when it's done in pink shades instead of yellow. And Twitter knows it – especially the members of the Beyhive, who were a thorn in the face of the decision not to stream live on the second weekend.
Yet, the greatness of having Beyoncé and her dancers rocking Twitter over Beychella only a week after she made history when Coachella's first black female headliner rocked.
The Beyhive was happy to stand up for the pink lemonade
Original flavor lemonade is awesome, but does not Pink make everything better? That seemed to be Beyoncé's philosophy as she rocked her new bright pink ensembles and the Internet forgot that yellow was ever something. (OK, so no one can really forget that Yellow happened, and also would not want, because both of the singer's performances were iconic.)
Some people refused to vote
Look, people are calling the Beychella Festival now for one reason, and that's because Beyoncé is a queen. Obviously, she has stated that both pink and yellow are her official colors, so the world should just accept this new reality. Besides, they work really hard anyway.
Yes, adding Pink was more than enough novelty for Weekend # 2
While their set stayed largely the same, these pink outfits really made the difference. Sure, everyone should be glad that he saw the yellow performance, but that does not mean they did not want to see the pink version as well. Beyoncé fans are completeists.
Did Pink even pass Beychella?
You only thought you knew what the color pink was before Beychella's weekend number two. Now that Queen Bey has shown you how to really understand the beauty that Rosa is.
No one can say that Queen Bey does not keep everyone trendy
Pink is no longer for Wednesdays only. You better believe it's every single day of the week – at least until Beyoncé's next wardrobe change.
Although her second performance was not streamed, Beyoncé was also Queen of Coachella on the second weekend. Her performances – yes, pink and yellow – were equally groundbreaking and inspiring. And to top it off, Queen Bey has provided her second performance with an extra color rush that people will be talking about in the years to come.
That's right, Beyoncé did that. And it was incredible.