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EntertainmentAriana Grande reportedly got paid twice as much as Beyoncé to headline Coachella, and fans are furious

00:45  19 april  2019
00:45  19 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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According to Variety, Ariana Grande was paid million to headline Coachella this year. Beyoncé reportedly received between and million last year. Beyoncé was the first-ever black woman to headline . The preparation for Beyoncé 's elaborate performance was released this week as a Netflix

Ariana Grande being paid twice as much as @ Beyonce to headline # Coachella is livin proof that as an African American you LITERALLY have to be twice as good to get half as Coachella paid more for Ariana Grande than they did Beyoncé and this is what they got pic.twitter.com/BHisvH8Hrv.

Ariana Grande reportedly got paid twice as much as Beyoncé to headline Coachella, and fans are furious © Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for AG
  • Ariana Grande reportedly got paid $8 million to headline Coachella this year.
  • That's double what Beyoncé was reportedly paid to headline in 2018.
  • Grande is the youngest-ever headliner in the music festival's 20-year history. Beyoncé was the first-ever black woman to headline.
  • The preparation for Beyoncé's elaborate performance was released this week as a Netflix documentary called "Homecoming."

According to Variety, Ariana Grande was paid $8 million to headline Coachella this year, a staggering fee by any standard - but even more so considering that Beyoncé was reportedly paid half that amount to headline in 2018.

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Ariana Grande being paid twice as much as @ Beyonce to headline # Coachella is livin proof that as an African American you LITERALLY have to be twice as Bey's Coachella performance was also the focus of a newly released Netflix documentary Homecoming. In support of the film's release, the

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Grande, the youngest headliner ever in the music festival's 20-year history, made headlines during her performance Sunday night for enlisting a live orchestra, reuniting (most of) *NSYNC, dueting with Nicki Minaj, and paying tribute to her late ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller.

Grande performed the hits from all five of her albums, including 2018's "Sweetener" and 2019's "Thank U, Next," largely following the blueprint set for her "Sweetener World Tour" that kicked off in March.

Her production designer, LeRoy Bennett, told The Hollywood Reporter that they began planning for the festival in late February.

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Ariana Grande was paid more than Beyoncé for Coachella . Grande made history this year as the youngest performer to ever headline the festival. That’s quite a large sum for anyone, but it’s especially surprising considering Beyoncé was reportedly paid half that.

Ariana Grande reportedly got paid double what Beyoncé earned for her headlining Coachella performance. As fans continue to marvel at Beyonce 's historical Coachella performance in the Netflix documentary, Homecoming, a new report about the pay discrepancy amongst the festival's

"Because Beyonce came in last year and did her thing and kind of set the bar, basically Coachella becomes a competition, which is ridiculous," Bennett said. "And artists who are strong should just come in and do their own thing and just be who they are. And that's pretty much what Ariana has done. There's not like there's a bunch of gags. She's being Ariana and singing and doing her thing."

But one could argue that Grande's performance was just a shade of Beyoncé's, who became the first-ever black woman to headline Coachella last year.

Ariana Grande reportedly got paid twice as much as Beyoncé to headline Coachella, and fans are furious © Larry Busacca/Getty Images

Her headlining set, which has been dubbed "Beychella," was a singular career retrospective, independent from any accompanying tours or albums. The "Formation" singer and her team created a completely unique stage design, set list, and choreographed routine for the two-time event.

On Wednesday, Beyoncé released a Netflix film called "Homecoming" that documents the eight months of preparation for her elaborate performance.

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If a new report is to be believed, Ariana Grande made double what Beyoncé was estimated to have made last year as the headliner for Coachella . Needless to say, Beyoncé fans are less than pleased with the implications. According to Variety, Grande 's fee to headline this year's festival apparently

Ariana Grande Was Paid Double What Beyoncé Was to Headline Coachella . it’s so irritating to know Ariana Grande got paid 8 mil to be at Coachella and Beyoncé only got 4 mil LOL to think ariana grande is even remotely on the same tier as Beyoncé is laughable.

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As Business Insider previously reported, Beyoncé was likely paid between $3 and $4 million dollars last year.

Fans are furious that Beyoncé appears to have been stiffed in comparison to Grande.

However, it may be important to note that "Homecoming" - as well as the live album she dropped on the same day - points towards an additional pay day for the pop star.

It's possible that Beyoncé managed to negotiate exclusive rights to her Coachella performance, and it's likely that she secured a check from Netflix to distribute the footage on its platform. Beyoncé could very well have walked away from Coachella with much more than $4 million.

Representatives for Coachella didn't immediately respond to INSIDER's request for comment.

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