That’s right. Lady Gaga will officially be replacing Beyoncé as the headlining act at this year’s Coachella. Gaga herself confirmed the news on Twitter on Tuesday, by tweeting the updated lineup poster, along with the caption “Let’s party in the desert!”

According to a report by Billboard, Lady Gaga will, in fact, headline both Coachella weekends, replacing Beyoncé, who postponed her own appearance while announcing that she is pregnant with twins. Reportedly at 35 years of age, Beyoncé is following doctor’s advice by withdrawing from the show, as reportedly she would be in her third trimester at the time of Coachella.

Better safe than sorry when it comes to the two little ones. She will, however, headline at Coachella 2018 instead. Coachella announced the change on Facebook, saying Beyoncé must keep to a less rigorous schedule for the next few months and had to forgo her appearance. They went on to confirm that she will, indeed, headline at the 2018 festival instead.

Lady Gaga to headline twice on stage at Coachella

Fans will thus see Gaga on two consecutive Saturday nights (April 15 and 22 to be exact) at the Empire Polo Grounds down in Indio, California. Now reportedly Goldenvoice and AEG Live are working on final plans to bring Gaga’s elaborate stage production along to Coachella. Of course, Gaga already has a hectic 2017 tour schedule on the go, meaning the double Coachella appearance will have to be slotted in.

She will, of course, be kicking off her world tour on August 1 in Vancouver, B.C.

Coachella organizers say it is important a female star headlines

ET confirms in their report that Coachella organizers thought it “important” that another female replace the heavily pregnant Beyoncé, saying the last woman to headline at the festival was Bjork, back in 2007.

Gaga will be in good company, with Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar featuring as fellow headliners, along with Bon Iver, XX, Lorde, Future and Justice. The Coachella festival will run from April 14-16 and also from April 21-23.