All the Best Twitter Reactions to Beyoncé's Epic Coachella Set

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This year, Coachella was unofficially redubbed Beychella because Beyoncé gave a history-making performance that no one can stop talking about. Fans are expressing their unending love and adoration for Queen Bey on Twitter because what else is Twitter even for?

Here are some of the best tweets about Beychella 2018.

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I felt this on a spiritual level

— 🐬 (@THEJMVE)

I need that whole performance released on 4K blu ray, with special features that show the planning that went in to executing that show. My Beyoncé savings account whenever its ready.

— Boy B.I.E. (@Jungle915)
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Friend: your crush is coming act natural
Me:

— LEMONCÉ 🍋 (@bey6nce)

Beyoncé and Solange dancing to Get Me Bodied. I never knew how much I needed this until now. I love these legendary sisters.

— . (@goddessyonce)
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Waking up this morning and just watching ALL the clips like

— AA (@allisona15)

Beyoncé
(Bee-on-say)
Verb
1. To be the greatest of all time
2. To slay on all facets of life
3. To do the damn tings

e.g "I shall Beyonce my exams"
"I shall Beyonce that interview"
IT IS A DECLARATION!!!

— WILD CARD (@fileyo_onesimo)
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That crowd at Coachella was trash. They didn’t deserve Beyoncè, it should of been me there.

— Mark Landry (@Mark_Landry1)
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I know we've all seen this Beyoncè iconic dance break 100× times in our lives. (maybe more than that) but.. there was extra extra sauce on it this time. "sis the choreography" im still shook

— VISH (@yasiru_vismini)

I woke up still thinking about . Beyoncé is sincerely in a league of her own. She really performed the Blackest set at the whitest festival because she knew who was staying up to watch.

— Evette Dionne 🤷🏾‍♀️ (@freeblackgirl)
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Never and I mean NEVER come for Beyoncé’s legacy. She’s proven herself countless times. Last night being one of them.

— ًًً (@vibebey)

Okay, so Beyoncé is an undeniable force. 20 years in the game and still fresh and captivating. Brilliant.

— Brandon Jacobs (@BrandonnJacobs)
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Was last night a dream? I’m still unable to deal.

— Tony Toné Tonio ♕ (@_JayAntonio)
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Can we talk about how it’s 20 years later and Destiny’s Child forgot to age???

— AdverseScrutiny (@adversescrutiny)

From Queen to Goddess

— Laia (@laiaramirezp)
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“How did you wake up this morning?”
Me:

— M’BlockU (@rodimusprime)

damn near 2 hours, no intermission, high energy choreo with multiple guest spotlights, conceptually/visually cohesive and interesting, and live vocals with no backtrack— let alone even a single vocal crack or flub among highly complex melismatic embellishments. wow.

— joshua lelonek (@jaaycat)
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Sorry I don’t make the rules

— NiΔmh🥀 (@msyonceslay)

Man Shuri knew

— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry)
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It was nice of Beyoncé to bring her husband on stage.

— Imani Gandy (@AngryBlackLady)

Officially stung 🐝

— Miss Lelo (@MsLeloB)
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Beyoncé Giselle of the House Knowles-Carter, First of Her Name, the Unmatched, Snatcher of Secured Wigs, Slayer of Iconic Performances, Khaleesi of Black Girl Magic, Breaker of Records and Mother of The Hive.

Long May She Reign.

— Tiffany_Epiphany BΔK🐝SPR ‘18 (@AllHailTiffany)
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