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.
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. Latin singer J. Balvin joined the star for their 2017 "Mi Gente" remix, where they both sported giant smiles as they danced together, and Queen Bey showed off a few sexy salsa moves.
One other change fans saw was a series of sparkling new wardrobe changes in varying shades of magenta and silver, again all custom-made by Balmain. For her set with Rowland and Williams, the girls donned coordinating silver styles, while the "Single Ladies" singer wore a pink sequined pullover with thigh-high black boots for her "Déjà Vu" performance with husband Jay-Z.
Beyoncé other stage looks for the second Coachella weekend also included a glittering cape and massive headpiece, as well as a magenta sweatshirt -- almost identical to her yellow one last weekend -- and ultra-short denim cutoffs.
Bey was again joined on stage by her sister, Solange Knowles, for "Get Me Bodied," and fans lost it when the pop star attempted to pick up her sibling and the both wound up taking a tumble. The duo adorably laughed it off before launching back into the show.
Actress Jessica Alba was in the audience and caught footage of Bey's duet with Jay, as well as her dance break during "Run the World (Girls)." The Honest Company founder described the set as pure "fire," illustrating the clip with a series of emojis.