It’s confirmed! Lady Gaga or Mother Monster, as she is fondly called, is set to substitute Beyoncé after opting out of this year’s Coachella Festival understandably because of her delicate pregnancy. Coachella announced on Thursday that Beyoncé would no longer be performing at this year’s festival as she would be in the third trimester of her pregnancy at the time the Coachella takes place. She would instead be seen as a headliner in 2018.

Queen Bey follows doctor’s advice, still a headliner for 2018 festival

As Coachella stated on its Facebook page, Beyoncé (Queen Bey) has definitely decided to skip performing at the 2017 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival following the recommendation of her doctors to keep a less demanding and arduous schedule in the next few months.

However, Goldenvoice (the festival producer) and Parkwood confirmed that she will be a headliner at the next 2018 festival.

Lady Gaga’s importance as a substitute

While the former Destiny’s Child lead singer will be shifting attention to her unborn twins, Lady Gaga has been booked as her replacement. She will be a headliner on two successive Saturday night shows, April 15 and 22. Officials with the festival coordinators, Goldenvoice and AEG Live, are completing plans to bring "The Poker Face" singer’s massive stage production to Coachella, according to Billboard. An announcement shall be made in the upcoming days.

The outlet reportedly said that it was "imperative" to the organizers of the Coachella Festival that a female singer substitutes Queen Bey.

It is known for a fact that the last woman to headline the festival was Bjork which was ten years ago, back in 2007.

Confirmation from both parties

Representatives for both Lady Gaga and Coachella have been reached by ET for comment. Lady Gaga later posted on Instagram a confirmation of the updated Coachella lineup with the caption, "Let's party in the desert!” Fellow Coachella headliners, Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar will also be joining her for the festival.

It will be set to run on April 14-16 and April 21-23 at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California.

Fresh off of her performances at the Super Bowl halftime show and at the Grammys (a duet with Metallica) earlier this month, the "Poker Face" singer is also getting ready for her forthcoming world tour which will start on Aug. 1 of this year in Vancouver, B.C. It seems Lady Gaga's schedule is quickly piling up.