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Lady Gaga to Headline Coachella in Place of Beyonce

#Coachella2017 update: "Diva Lady Gaga announced Tuesday night she will be performing at the music festival for both weekends in April."

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Attention Little Monsters: Lady Gaga is coming to Coachella.

The diva announced Tuesday night she will be performing at the music festival for both weekends in April. Gaga will take the headlining spot that had been Beyonce’s; pregnant with twins, the superstar announced last week that her doctors recommended she bow out. She rescheduled her performance for next year.

Gaga is set to launch her “Joanne” world tour this summer, so Coachella will be a warm-up for her of sorts.

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She may have given fans a sneak peak of what to expect with her Super Bowl performance in February.

Besides Gaga, other performers at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, include Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar.

Watch Lady Gaga praising Beyoncé as being an inspiration for her to continue pursuing her dreams after she got dropped #Coachella2017

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Lady Gaga to headline Coachella in place of Beyonce. Gaga will take the headlining spot that had been Beyonce’s; pregnant with twins.

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