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This Student Learned Bey’s Coachella Choreography In Just 40 Minutes And Slayed: ‘That’s What Beyoncé Would Do’

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This Student Learned Bey’s Coachella Choreography In Just 40 Minutes And Slayed: ‘That’s What Beyoncé Would Do’

By Tonja Renee via https://blavity.com

The Virginia state freshman who absolutely killed her rendition of one of Beyoncé’s Coachella dance routines has taken her moves to the set of “The Ellen Show.” On Tuesday, Twitter sensation Briana slayed Bey’s moves yet again, but this time, she got the stage she deserved. Watch the video below:

We all patted ourselves on the back for staying up until the wee hours of the morning to watch Beyoncé’s two-hour Coachella headlining performance. Dubbed “Couchella,” those of us who couldn’t head to the Californian desert festival grabbed our snacks and sat awaiting Queen Bey.

As we got our lives from the marching band and choreography, some of us even got up ourselves to dance around our respective living ..

 

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