Beyonce reportedly preparing for Coachella with 11-hour rehearsal days

It's going to be a hell of a show.

Beyonce is putting in some serious work for her headlining performance at Coachella this year with reports of 11-hour long rehearsals leading up to the festival for her and her team.

As reported by TMZ, Beyonce has booked a “a high-profile L.A. studio” for her and her choreographers and back-up dancers to practice in. The studio will be guarded by seven members of security staff to keep out any pesky onlookers.

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The sessions booked, according to sources close to Beyonce, will last up to 11 hours. The singer is determine to make-up for the cancelled headline performance back in 2017 due to her preganancy. Luckily, Lady Gaga was free to fill the slot.

Meanwhile, Beyonce‘s dad has opened up on Solange‘s infamous elevator fight with Jay-Z, and it turns out that he was tickled pink by the whole debacle.

Coachella unveiled its huge 2018 line-up earlier this year, with The Weeknd and Eminem joined Beyonce as confirmed aheadliners.

The festival will take place across two weekends in April, with the first weekend of the festival taking place on April 13-15. The second Coachella weekend will be held a week later, from April 20-22.

Despite the legalisation of marijuana in the festival’s home state of California, it’s been announced that the drug still won’t be allowed onsite.