Blue Ivy Carter joins mom Beyonce on stage for Renaissance World Tour stop
Blue Ivy didn’t look out of place on stage as she helped perform ‘My Power’ and ‘Black Parade’.
Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour stop in Paris, France on Friday was a family affair, as daughter Blue Ivy Carter joined on her on stage and helped her perform two songs.
The mother and daughter combo worked in unison on ‘My Power’ from Beyonce’s 2019 ‘The Lion King’ companion album, ‘The Gift’, with Blue Ivy Carter performing during the dance breakdown.
She also joined her mom for the single ‘Black Parade’.
Blue Ivy was dressed in a shimmering silver jumpsuit, like her mother, as she danced alongside the backup dancers.
“Give it up for Blue,” Beyoncé told the crowd, who gave a big round of applause for the youngster.
The performance was celebrated by grandmother Tina Knowles-Lawson, who shared a post of Blue Ivy on Instagram.
“Last night I saw my beautiful grandbaby (11) dance in the front of almost 70 thousand people !” Knowles-Lawson captioned a video.
“She killed it and was as cool as a cucumber! Blue Ivy Carter ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ No Fear❤️❤️.”
She followed that up with another video of Blue Ivy performing, adding: “Last Night !! Blue Ivy proud grandma❤️❤️.”
Blue Ivy has joined Beyonce onstage before
This isn’t the first time Blue Ivy has joined her mother on stage.
Back in January, the 11-year-old performed ‘Brown Skin Girl’ with her mother during an hour-long set at the new Atlantis The Royal Resort in Dubai.
Blue Ivy was dressed in a sparking red ensemble for the occasion, while Beyonce wore a yellow-corseted dress that featured a feathered skirt and a matching back piece.
As per Variety, the pair hugged after the performance, with Blue Ivy then walking up the stage’s steps and blowing kisses the crowd.
Blue Ivy received a writing credit for her work on the song. It was not only here first official feature, but also her first entry onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The Renaissance World Tour is Beyonce’s first solo concert tour in seven years. It began at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden earlier this month.