Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino to headline Coachella 2019

Kanye West and Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino to headline Coachella 2019

The "thank u, next" singer, who will be the third woman to headline the festival since its inception in 1999, will close out Coachella on Sunday.

Moreover, the situation between Kanye West and Ariana Grande became somewhat personal when she made fun of his beef with Toronto rapper, Drake, on Twitter.

Honestly, we should've seen it coming, but just because the 25-year-old will be the youngest ever headliner (!) taking the stage doesn't mean it's a no brainer.

Perth band Tame Impala has been handed top spot on the 2019 Coachella bill, alongside Childish Gambino and Ariana Grande.

Coachella is known as the festival for cool kids - and musicians.

The "Thank U, Next" hitmaker is no stranger to the festival.

Paak, Juice WRLD, Playboi Carti, Bad Bunny, Sheck Wes, Ella Mai, the 1975, and host of other performers.

Last year, Pitchfork analyzed the almost 1,000 acts playing at the year's biggest multi-genre fests, and only 19 percent of the acts were female.

Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival will take place on April 12-14 and April 19-21.

As it has in past years, YouTube will again live-stream weekend one and for the first time during the second weekend will deliver a "curated live experience" featuring performances, artist vignettes and behind-the-scenes looks at Coachella.

DJ Snake, Diplo, Ella Mai, Jaden Smith, Solange, Weezer, Wiz Khalifa, Khalid, Zedd and Pusha T are also slated to perform.

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