Imagine being so flawless of a global music and performance megastar that even your onstage blunders—like falling flat on your back—are impeccably executed.
For the Queen Bey, a.k.a. Beyoncé, and her neo-soul songstress little sister, Solange, that’s a reality. The Knowles sisters got up on the stage for weekend two at Coachella and got down to a bundle of Bey and Solo hits—literally. The ladies turned the energy high for some “Get Me Bodied” choreography improvisation when Bey grabbed Solange by the waist and attempted to pick her up.
The balance was a little off, admittedly, and sent Bey tumbling backward with Solange following right after. But when they hit the floor, they’re synchronized leg kicking and hilarious burst of laughter kept fans laughing with them—not at them.
And the internet’s BeyHive is doubled over in laughter right along with them.
See the Solo and Bey blunder that's got everyone feeling the sisterly love below.
Another fave moment was when Bey tried to pick up Solange and they fell lol pic.twitter.com/VWhkJqHXqS— queen miskeen (@agerenesh) April 22, 2018
I WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND HOW EVERY FALL IS THEN EXECUTED AS A SUCCESSFUL DANCE MOVE EVERY SINGLE FALL pic.twitter.com/hRjT2phjoF— His Royal Pettiness: Francis👑🙏🏾 (@FrancisWithSASS) April 22, 2018
last week Beyoncé’s boots were falling off and her boob was falling out but she didn’t fall... this week Solange tried to give her a hug and homegirl got DROPPED 😂 #beychella— audrey (@msaudreysings) April 22, 2018
That's why tf she the Queen,,, never let'em see you sweat 👑👑👑🎤💃 pic.twitter.com/1jIvknGQGh— Love Ms. Leo💋 (@x_markdaspot) April 22, 2018
Niggas fall erday b pic.twitter.com/A7BvYJwDsC— QUEEN NEXIZ 🇵🇦 (@QueenNexiz) April 22, 2018
Beyoncé and Solange did not fall, if you were watching CNN they said a tsunami was going to hit somewhere and that shook the earth making y’all to think they fell pic.twitter.com/Wtu2D22ypb— Ms Pope (@pettyyonceh) April 22, 2018
SOLANGE AND BEY FELL?? JFKAKSJF I’M SO MAD I MISSED IT, NNNNNN.— ♕ A̶N̶G̶E̶L̶ ♕ (@IBeenCrowned) April 22, 2018
(Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Coachella)