The 35-year-old is booked to join Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar as a headline act at the Californian music festival, but all that could be in jeopardy after Bey revealed on Wednesday she’s expecting twins with hubby Jay Z, according to Metro.
With tickets to Coachella now completely sold out, it would be pretty disappointing for fans and organisers if their headline artist had to drop out.
I’m excited Beyoncé is having twins but now I’m kinda wondering just what’s going to happen with Coachella now: pic.twitter.com/FvkqxbOxMt
— Heather Wixson (@thehorrorchick) 1 февраля 2017 г.
WAIT Beyoncé so now what’s gonna happen to Coachella …. pic.twitter.com/8S4kY4stU4
— Alex Holley (@AlexHolleyFOX29) 1 февраля 2017 г.
Nonetheless, Coachella producers AEG Live are said to be unconcerned by Beyonce’s pregnancy news telling the show will ‘go on’.
Another insider told Hollywood Life Beyonce has made no plans to pull out of her Saturday night headline slot on April 15 and 22.
‘She will perform at Coachella as scheduled, she actually can’t wait for the experience as she expects it to be very emotional,’ they said.
‘It’s safe to say that she is going to have many surprises throughout the show to buy her some time. It should be a one of a kind experience.’
Now in its 18th year, the annual Coachella festival has seen the who’s who of music grace the festival stages, from Blur, Calvin Harris, The Killers, Kanye West and Prince.
Beyonce has made several surprise appearances already at Coachella, so fingers crossed we still see her in April.