Beyoncé leaves concert ongoers awestruck as the singer falls & drops sis Solange on stage

- AmoMama has just learned from 'Time' that Beyoncé and Solange Knowles fell onstage Saturday night during Beyoncé’s Coachella'

- The 'Formation' singer, 36, performed for the second time at the festival in Indio, California, on Saturday and in a repeat of last week’s show, her little sister was one of her special guests.

- After videos of their fall went viral, fans have been reacting in a hilarious fashion.

You surely already know that Solange Knowles and Beyonce Knowles performed onstage during the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Field.

But things didn't go as smoothly as the epic performance last week as the two sisters appeared to run into trouble in the middle of a dance routine.

The 36-year-old pop icon attempted to pick her younger sister, 31, up off the stage and lost her balance as they both adorably tumbled to the floor.

The siblings styled it out like pros as they waved their legs in the air and laughed it off.

Solange jumped up and strutted across the stage as Beyoncé composed herself and they carried on with the set.

The worldwide reaction was not immediate as the performance was not live streamed on YouTube this time around.

However, fans couldn’t believe their eyes as soon as they saw the videos with some claiming on Twitter that the moment had left them emotional and in tears:

@msaudreysings said:

'last week Beyoncé’s boots were falling off and her boob was falling out but she didn’t fall... this week Solange tried to give her a hug and homegirl got DROPPED #beychella'

@MzMixtapeJunkie said:

'OMG to awake to the news that beyonce and solange fell over on stage at coachella...im both laughing and sad at the same time'

In a reprise of last week’s show, the singer was once again joined by her husband, Jay-Z, and her Destiny’s Child bandmates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

She performed her popular duets with the rapper, as well as the girl group’s biggest hits.

She also brought out singer J Balvin and they sang their single 'Mi Gente,' which they released in 2017 to support hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and other Caribbean islands.

What do you think of what is now being referred to as 'the adorable tumble'?

Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: Time

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