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Watch Weezer cover ‘No Scrubs’ with TLC’s Chilli at Coachella 2019

The indie group were also joined by Tears For Fears at the festival

Weezer covered TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’ with the R&B group’s own Chilli during their Coachella 2019 set.

The Rivers Cuomo-led band performed on the Main Stage just before Tame Impala headlined the second day of the festival.

During their set, Weezer revisited two songs they covered on their recent ‘Teal Album’. First, they were joined by Tears For Fears to run through a version of their 1985 single ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’, before moving onto the TLC track a few songs later.

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As the song started, Cuomo told the audience to “give it up”, before going on to swap vocals with Chilli on a rocky version of the hit track. You can watch footage of both covers below now.

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Weezer played:

‘Beverly Hills’ (Barbershop quartet version)
‘Buddy Holly’
‘My Name Is Jonas’
‘Beverly Hills’
‘Hash Pipe’
‘El Scorcho’
‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’
‘Undone – The Sweater Song’
‘Can’t Knock The Hustle’
‘No Scrubs’
‘Pork And Beans’
‘Perfect Situation’
‘Island In The Sun’
‘Africa’
‘Say It Ain’t So’

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Day two of Coachella 2019 was headlined by Tame Impala and saw performances from the likes of Billie Eilish, Mac DeMarco, Superorganism, Christine & The Queens, J Balvin, Maggie Rogers and more.

The first night (April 12) was headlined by Childish Gambino, who urged fans to put their phones away while paying tribute to Nipsey Hussle, Mac Miller, and his late father. It followed the premiere of Guava Island, his collaborative film with Rihanna, the night before the festival began.

The Californian festival continues today with sets from H.E.R., Blood Orange, Kaytranada, Lizzo, Pusha T, and a headline performance from Ariana Grande.

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