Last night I found myself up after midnight watching one of the coolest concerts that I have ever seen in my life. The craziest part is that I didn't have to pay for any tickets and I was on my couch. I was locked in like a giddy school girl as I watched Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg's performance at Coachella via livestream online. To say it was awesome is a severe understatement.

Normally, I hate when I go to shows and the headliner uses their show as a way to promote their younger talent as 'special guests.' It's usually artists that we have never heard of, performing songs that we've never heard before, but last night Dre & Snoops special guests were anything BUT that.

There was this one guy Wiz Khalifa. Then out came this other guy 50 Cent. (you may have heard of him) Then this guy in shorts came out and the crowd went crazy - I think his name was Eminem. But that wasn't even close to the biggest surprise of the night.

Tens of thousands of Coachella fans in attendance and even more viewers at home were awestruck when the most special guest of the night joined Dr. Dre & Snoop on stage. Legendary rapper Tupac Shakur was resurrected at this year's 2012 Coachella festival via hologram and it was VERY surreal. It was rumored that Nate Dogg would be the artist appearing posthumously via hologram at Coachella, but when I saw that iconic 'Thug Life' tattoo, I knew that we were all in for a treat.

Tupac greeted Coachella fans with a heartfelt welcome before going into the classic 'Hail Mary.' Everything was so lifelike, and stunning - especially when Snoop Dogg came out and joined Pac on stage to perform their hit, '2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted.' Sadly, we couldn't have "Tupac back" forever, because after his collabo with Snoop and a few short words to the crowd, he then disappeared back into the sky.

If anything will re-ignite the rumors of Tupac still being alive, this is it. Maybe Dave Chappelle was right? Make sure you watch this video - and believe me when I say, this is probably only the beginning of 'Hologram Concert' madness.

Tupac Shakur Hologram Performs Live On Stage At Coachella 2012 (Warning: NSFW)