The term "breaking the internet" gets thrown around a lot these days, but that's definitely what happened when Beyoncé posted a surprise snap of her baby bump on Instagram last month.
After the shock had worn off, Coachella attendees began to question if Beyoncé would be able to honour her commitment to headline the festival this coming summer.
Unfortunately, on the advice of doctors, Bey had to pull out, but now another superstar performer is taking her place.
Let's party in the desert! pic.twitter.com/2SYOv7TscF
— xoxo, Joanne (@ladygaga) March 1, 2017
Lady Gaga took to Twitter to announce that she will be taking Queen B's place as the Saturday headliner.
In a tweet of the brand-new running order, the Born This Way singer invited festival-goers to "party in the desert" with her.
Fans seem to approve of the new announcement, with thousands of positive tweets following Gaga's post.
Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead are also headlining over the weekend
Members of the Beyhive were devastated when Bey was forced to pull her performance due to her twin pregnancy.
Beyoncé will instead headline at the 2018 edition of the world-famous music festival.