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Janelle Monáe is a queen. No question, end of dicussion.

On Friday, she performed at the opening night of the ever-popular Coachella music festival and brought on a surprise guest.


When Lizzo came up on stage, Monáe asked, "Do you got the juice?" referring to Lizzo's single "Juice,"

Lizzo - Juice (Official Video) www.youtube.com

The two began to dance (read: twerk) and then Lizzo performed her own set at a later time.


Monáe's set was amazing. Like we said, Janelle Monáe is queen.

Janelle Monaé - Django Jane - Live at Coachella 2019 Friday April 12, 2019 www.youtube.com

When Lizzo performed her own set, Monáe could be seen in the audience straight up cheering her collaborator on.




We haven't seen a solid stan like this since Amy Poehler in Mean Girls:


Monáe reposted the video on Twitter and reiterated her love for Lizzo:

People stan this stan.





Lizzo and Monáe came together not long ago in an interview with them. where Monáe talked with Lizzo about working as a queer artist of color.

"The beauty of art is that it reveals itself over time, even to the artists who create it," Monáe said.

"In my projects, I always challenge myself to grow and learn my voice and how to stretch beyond what I can comfortably do...

So as I grow and as I'm taking in information and growing at this exponential rate, I try my best to create music and albums that support that, that allow me to completely be all of me."

Coachella runs through Sunday, April 21st.

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