Reneé Rapp’s Coachella set introduced by original ‘The L Word’ stars

Leisha Hailey, Kate Moennig, Jennifer Beals and original series creator Ilene Chaiken gave fans a super queer throwback

The original cast of the legendary TV series The L Word brought some early 2000s sapphic swag to Coachella this weekend when they made a surprise appearance to introduce queer pop singer Reneé Rapp’s set. 

Leisha Hailey, Kate Moennig, Jennifer Beals—aka, Alice, Shane and Bette—alongside original series creator Ilene Chaiken, introduced Rapp’s Sunday performance at the annual music festival in a time traveling confluence of lesbian pop culture.

Senior editor Mel Woods has all the details on this iconic moment of intergenerational lesbianism.

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