Published: Mon, April 23, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Beyoncé Brings Out J Balvin for 'Mi Gente' at Coachella

Beyoncé Brings Out J Balvin for 'Mi Gente' at Coachella

The pair still powered through their performance.

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

Beyonce was headlining Coachella after pulling out previous year because she was pregnant with her twins, Sir Carter and Rumi.

However, all this didn't happen without a literal slip. Bey once again absolutely slayed for the second week running at the closing weekend of the star-studded California music festival.

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Beyonce fell on stage during her latest Coachella performance, and took sister Solange down with her.

Needless to say, both were giddy and excited - so much so that Bey tried to pick her little sister up to hug her and failed miserably. The siblings got up, laughed it off and carried on. However, Colombian singer J Balvin joined in for "Mi Gente", a song they played without him last week.

While she still got in "Formation" with a full marching band, a drumline and dozens of dancers - not to mention again reuniting her former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams - the 36-year-old singer did bring out one new surprise guest. Adding to the vibe were strategically placed wind machines blowing the superstar's gorgeous mane.

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

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