Just days after Bey blew crowds away with her headlining set at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Virgina State University freshman Brianna Bundick-Kelly has captivated the internet by learning some of the most challenging steps from the routine and uploading the results. "YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! #BeyChella", she wrote with the clip, which has now been viewed more than four-million times.
In fact, none of this weekend's performances will.
The merchandise includes "Beyoncé Coachella CA '18" t-shirts and tanks as well as t-shirts with "BΔK" boldly on them. "It makes everybody in the production as a whole want to step their game up". "You can always tell when someone is prepared". "Some jobs you might chill - craft services, read a book, hop on your phone - for a couple hours, but not while we were there [with Beyoncé]", he says. We were getting put to use with ideas, fitting, wardrobe, video blocking. But rules don't really apply to Beyoncé, and it's hard to imagine her not putting on a slightly different sort of spectacle than the first one. "To come in on my first day [of rehearsals] in March and see that the concept was dealing with HBCUs?"
Ratti also talked a bit about what it was like to work with the Queen B. "Every day, I took time to be thankful for this opportunity". So to see it presented at Coachella, I was like, 'Woah.
"It made me do even better because I understand that she's a real artist", he reveals.
There's also some bad news for those not attending the festival.
According to an exclusive report from Variety, one dancer says there are even more surprises in store for weekend two's performance.