(AllHipHop News) Kendrick Lamar, Jamie Foxx, and Carly Rae Jepsen were among the stars surprising fans with secret appearances at the Coachella festival on Friday.
Lamar, who headlined the California music festival last year, stunned the crowd when he emerged during SZA’s set, and later during Vince Staples’ gig, on Friday.
He joined her for her song "Doves in the Wind" before ending her set with his "Black Panther" soundtrack tune "All the Stars."
Meanwhile, the R&B singer arrived onstage 10 minutes late and was unable to perform her biggest hit, The Weekend.
“Yo, they cut my songs,” she told the crowd. “I’m sorry, but I’ll make it up to you next week.”
Oscar-winning actor Foxx joined Kygo for his set earlier on Friday, performing during the DJ’s remix of Marvin Gaye’s classic track "Sexual Healing" and bringing out his daughter Corinne.
The teenager hit the stage wearing a mesh dress over her underwear and a black hat and backpack, prompting her dad to joke, “Put some clothes on. Cover this.”
Rita Ora also appeared during Kygo’s set, as did Ryan Tedder, Julia Michaels, and Conrad Sewell, while "I Really Like You" hitmaker Carly Rae Jepsen showed up halfway through Bleachers’ set, singing two songs with the band – "Hate That You Know Me" and "Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)."
Jepsen’s longtime supporter and friend Justin Bieber was also at the festival and was spotted enjoying a performance by viral sensation Mason Ramsey.
The 11-year-old shot to fame after being filmed yodeling in his local Walmart store, and took the stage on Friday to perform during DJ Whethan’s set.
Meanwhile, Chance the Rapper thrilled the crowds when he joined Super Duper Kyle onstage.
The rapper was in Los Angeles celebrating his 25th birthday when he decided to take a trip out to the desert to join his pal.
Chance hit the stage for the tracks "iSpy" and "Wanna Be Cool" before dashing back to his native Chicago, Illinois for a birthday benefit.
He’ll host an open celebration, titled Chance The Birthday, on 21 April, which will also serve as a fundraiser for his SocialWorks program.