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We Finally Found the One Lady That All The Real Housewives of Atlanta Ladies Can Agree Slays

Hint: Her name starts with a B.

By Jocelyn Vena
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta don't always see eye-to-eye ... well, actually, they do when it comes to the power of Beyoncé. The ladies may not have all been at Coachella to catch the singer's powerful set this past weekend, but they did all manage to tune in and catch her performance. And they can agree on one thing: she slayed it.

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Porsha Williams noted, "Mood: #ALLSummer18 @beyonce I didn’t get my wig snatched ... I knew better than to even put it on, but my scalp gone tho #AllHailTheQueen #Beychella #Epic #EverybodyMad."

Meanwhile, Kandi Burruss noted, "I stayed up til 4am watching @beyonce! I had to get up a few hours later with Ace so I didn’t sleep much but it was worth it. I was so proud watching her perform. She gave us a 2 hour long flawless performance! #firstblackwomantoheadlinecoachella #TheGreatestPerformerOfOurTime."

Beyoncé's performance came one year after she had to cancel her 2017 headlining gig as she was expecting twins at the time; Lady Gaga filled in for her that year. Well, Bey certainly more than made up for it during her 2018 headlining gig — and Kenya Moore definitely reminded everyone that this year Coachella should really be called "#Beychella." She wrote, "If I had a wig it would be snatched! Still can't get over this!"

Other RHOA ladies who showed love for Bey included Eva Marcille (who happened to welcome her son on the same weekend as Beyoncé's performance), Cynthia Bailey, and NeNe Leakes.


PHOTO: Beyonce's Instagram


PHOTO: Beyonce's Instagram

After playing the first weekend of Coachella 2018, Beyoncé (who will also take the stage at the festival on April 21) announced that she was using the moment and buzz for good. According to Variety, she confirmed that four schools (Xavier, Wilberforce, Tuskegee and Bethune-Cookman) will receive a newly- established Homecoming Scholars Award Program for the 2018-2019 school year through her BeyGOOD foundation. Her set, it should be noted, did include shout outs to college life. Are we surprised that Beyoncé would be that many steps ahead of us when it came to the theme of her performance? We mean, she is pop royalty.

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