As if Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour couldn’t get any better, things stabilized when Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance Friday night in Paris, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
While she was playing it The Lion King song, “My Power”, Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans who filled the Stade de France to “let go for the Blues”. Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mom in a sequin jumpsuit and danced like a real pro.
The concert was attended by a host of celebrities, including Natalie Portman, Lenny Kravitz, Selena Gomez, Pharrell Williams and Kris Jenner. The tour will then head to London for two nights (May 29 and 30) at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
This isn’t the first time Blue Ivy has appeared on stage with her famous mom. Blue Ivy did just that in January when she joined her mother for her first official gig in four years in Dubai for the unofficial opening of Atlantis the Royal Hotel. Bey and Jay’s little one wore a red outfit as Beyonce performed “Brown Skin Girl.”
Blue Ivy does not hesitate to be in front of the cameras. At the age of 10, Blue Ivy had her first-ever live performance at the 2022 Oscars when she joined her mother in her powerful opening performance on the tennis courts at Tragniew Park in Compton, California.
The singer was surrounded by dancers for her performance of “Be Alive,” her Oscar-nominated track from the Will Smith-directed biopic, King Richard. And who can forget Blue’s cameo at age 9 for Beyonce’s fashion campaign for Adidas dubbed the “Halls of Ivy?”
Show business. It runs in the family.