Beyoncé's Daughter Blue Ivy Just Joined Her Onstage at the Renaissance Tour

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Beyoncé's Daughter Blue Ivy Just Joined Her Onstage at the Renaissance Tour

Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy Carter just made her debut on the Renaissance stage.

The 11-year-old made a surprise appearance at tonight's concert in Paris, where she was filmed joining her mother for a performance of the The Lion King: The Gift track "My Power." In the fan-recorded clips, Blue briefly dances next to her mother, before she joins the rest of the backup dancers as Bey leaves the stage.

For the performance, Blue wore a glittering mock-neck top and silver cargo pants, adding a pair of thin oval sunglasses as she danced alongside her mom.

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"Give it up for Blue," Bey told the crowd at one point, as they immediately broke into applause and cheers.

In addition to Blue, several celebs made the trip to France for tonight's show, including Selena Gomez, Kris Jenner, Lenny Kravitz, Natalie Portman, and Pharrell Williams.

This marks the second time that Blue has joined Beyoncé onstage at one of her shows following the release of her seventh studio album. Last January, the superstar's first-born joined her onstage in Dubai for a mother-daughter duet of "Brown Skin Girl," where Bey was performing as part of the Atlantis The Royal resort's opening weekend.

For the special night, Beyoncé wore an ornate yellow gown with an attached feather backdrop, while Blue dressed in a glittering, long-sleeved gown in a bright shade of red, holding hands with her mother.

dubai, united arab emirates january 21 beyoncé performs on stage headlining the grand reveal of dubai's newest luxury hotel, atlantis the royal on january 21, 2023 in dubai, united arab emirates photo by kevin mazurgetty images for atlantis the royal
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The talented preteen also took part in Bey's show-stopping Oscar performance of her King Richard soundtrack song "Be Alive" in March 2022. Fans spotted Blue amid the crowd of neon-yellow-clad backup dancers in the production, which took place at a tennis court in Compton, California, paying homage to Serena and Venus Williams' roots.

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