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It was the moment the internet had been waiting for and it was everything and more.
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Beyoncé has answered our prayers by dropping a version of “Daddy Lessons” featuring the Dixie Chicks. Listen to it here.
As rumored, Beyoncé took the stage at the 50th Annual Country Music Awards, but the queen wasn’t alone. For her Lemonade country hit “Daddy Lessons,” she enlisted the help of country group sensation The Dixie Chicks.
While it was confirmed that Beyoncé would perform on country’s biggest night, no one was sure when the iconic singer would actually appear on stage and which song she would sing. “Daddy Lessons” was the obvious choice, but you can never be too sure with Bey.
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Rumors also hinted that the singer would take the stage with the Dixie Chicks, who’d covered “Daddy Lessons” earlier this year. Just as all of Black Twitter was about to give up on the show, Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks took the stage and fans went into full chaos mode.
Beyoncé really crushed a whole new genre just like in her spare time— Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) November 3, 2016
it's amazing that country music was invented tonight by beyonce pic.twitter.com/bj3i5GpjXq— steven j. horowitz (@speriod) November 3, 2016
i'm so glad beyoncé exists— Parker Kit Hill (@ParkerKitHill) November 3, 2016
Beyoncé wore that straight hair for the first time in a 2016 performance at the CMA's like pic.twitter.com/V3d0sLsJ6I— formerly known as (@RedBeKnowing) November 3, 2016
November 2nd 2016, mad ting dear diary, Beyoncé invented a new genre, dem call it country pic.twitter.com/8ZTWLHOdJi— • (@ArtByVenus) November 3, 2016
Beyoncé is from Houston and The Dixie Chicks are from Dallas. That performance was FOR TEXAS.— Chantal Rochelle (@chantalrochelle) November 3, 2016
me: *is single*— godly. (@woahyonce) November 3, 2016
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Undoubtedly, it was a stellar performance that will go down as one of 2016’s biggest moment. Well done, Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks, you all truly slayed.
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