Eleven-year-old Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance on stage with her mother, Beyoncé, during the latter’s concert in Paris on Friday. The 32-time Grammy winner was performing “MY POWER” when Blue Ivy was brought out on stage to perform the difficult choreography alongside the backup dancers. The pre-teen was dressed in a sparkly silver top, metallic pants, and sunglasses, matching her mother’s outfit. As Beyoncé walked around the stage, she glanced back at her daughter, who effortlessly hit each eight count. The crowd erupted into cheers, and Beyoncé asked them to “give it up for Blue.” Meanwhile, Jay-Z watched from the audience as his two leading ladies stole the show.
A Striking Resemblance to Beyoncé
Blue Ivy has mostly stayed out of the public eye for most of her childhood, but she has been spotted at the “Renaissance” tour with her father. During the tour’s opening night, photos of Blue Ivy took the internet by storm due to her striking resemblance to her mother. Fans noticed that her little side profile just screams mini Bey, and she looks more and more like her mother as she grows up. Blue Ivy previously joined her mother on stage during a show in Dubai earlier this year, marking Beyoncé’s first performance in five years. Although Blue Ivy was equipped with a microphone during that performance, she simply stood next to her mother and danced.
The “Renaissance” tour is Beyoncé’s first solo tour since “Formation” in 2016 and has been the talk of the town in recent weeks. Despite the show-stopping visuals and her outrageous vocals, fans noticed her uncharacteristically restrained dance moves. This could be due to a rumored foot surgery, but it didn’t stop Blue Ivy from stealing the show with her impressive dance moves.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z wed in 2008 and welcomed Blue Ivy in January 2012. Five years later, the couple had twins Sir and Rumi, who are now five years old. Blue Ivy’s surprise appearance on stage with her mother in Paris was a touching moment for fans and a reminder of how talented and stylish the young pre-teen has become.