The toddler has been joining her mother on stage during various Beyoncé Renaissance world tours.
Blue Ivy Carter is feeling the love from Beehive!
The 11-year-old daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z joined her mother on stage at the Renaissance World Tour in Barcelona on Thursday, where she was surprised to see a sign made in her honor.
as if Video From the moment she shared on Twitter, Blue Ivy waved to fans as she took to the stage at Barcelona’s Estadio Olimpico Louis Companies in red and sunglasses. As she smiles at the crowd, an audience member shouts, “Hey Blue!” in the video. He can be heard shouting.
Beyoncé’s eldest daughter looked at the camera looking surprised before starting her dance routine.
The side-by-side clips show the fan who made the video saying, “Go AWF Blue! #IVYLEAGUE.
Blue Ivy’s fans enjoyed the post and shared their love for the young dancer in the comments.
In a separate post from the concert shared on Instagram, the brand’s creator – whose Instagram account she calls Toyonce – responded to the backlash on social media. “Good morning!!! Love it or hate it…. I made it #IvyLeagueOfficial 😜🤣!!! But seriously, she deserves it and has earned her own fan base,” she captioned the video.
It takes a lot of confidence, strength and courage to do what she does at the age of eleven. She’s definitely her mother’s daughter to witness her greatness in the flesh, but it also goes to show how much we love her stage presence! This is just the beginning,” the statement continued.
Blue Ivy’s Barcelona appearance is the latest in a series of shows with her mother since Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden in May.
Blue Ivy soon took the stage in London a few days after a surprise cameo dance with her mother after gathering in Paris last month.
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Beyoncé, 41, appeared on stage after beginning to sing “Power” from 2019. The Lion King companion album, The gift, and wowed the audience as she led the dancers in a dance breakdown. She later danced with her mother’s crew during his version of Kendrick Lamar’s “Okay.”
Blue Ivy returned to the stage just hours after Beyoncé paid tribute to her eldest son in an emotional Instagram post.
“My beautiful firstborn 🙏🏾 I’m proud and thankful to be your mom,” the “Break My Soul” singer wrote alongside a photo and two videos of Blue Ivy at her Paris show. “You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel.”
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