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Headliner Harry Styles capped off the first night with a legendary performance with the one and only Lizzo.
The duo performed Gloria Gaynor’s 1978 hit song, “I Will Survive,” and it’s safe to say the crowd just couldn’t get enough.
The couple’s electric set also saw them sing “What Makes You Beautiful” – a touching nod to Styles’ roots as a former One Direction star.
More surprise appearances kept the Coachella crowd on their toes as weekend two got underway!
Big Sean took us back in time to 2010 as he brought out Mike Posner.
The nostalgia-fueled performance saw the duo sing Posner’s hit “Cooler Than Me.”
Elsewhere, Baby Keem threw fans into chaos by bringing out his cousin – none other than rapper Kendrick Lamar.
However, only fans in person got to see the rapper perform as his appearance was not included in the Coachella YouTube live stream.
Daniel Caesar brought in Omar Apollo, another Coachella performer, during his set. As folk singer Phoebe Bridgers sent flames soaring during her iconic performance with special guest Arlo Parks.
Can’t wait to see what performances the Coachella lineup will bring on Saturday!