Beyoncé just returned to the stage for the first time in five years, and she performed with her oldest daughter, Blue Ivy Carter! The 41-year-old Grammy winner sang at the opening of the Atlantis The Royal hotel in Dubai. It was her first headlining show since December 2018, when she was the main act at the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.
While entertaining the Beyhive with the rare performance, the “Break My Soul” hitmaker wore multiple breathtaking costumes and shone on the event’s red carpet in a seductive, curve-hugging, gold Dolce & Gabbana look.
Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Carter Share a Sweet On-Stage Moment During Special Concert
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As the “Cuff It” singer received standing ovations for live performances of her classics like “Beautiful Liar,” “Halo,” and “Crazy in Love,” she enthralled the audience once more by summoning Carter, 11, to the stage for a romantic mother-daughter moment.
Beyoncé sang her 2019 song “Brown Skin Girl” to Carter, who was dressed in a sparkling red gown while standing near her mother, who was dressed in a stunning yellow gown. Carter danced to the song and clutched a microphone, but she did not sing.
The Renaissance artist also informed the audience that her husband, Jay-Z, and their 5-year-old twins Rumi and Sir, as well as her parents, Tina and Mathew Knowles, were in attendance.
Fans’ Reactions to Blue Ivy Carter’s Arrival
Beyoncé launched the night with a version of Etta James’ classic “At Last,” and fans have been sharing videos of the spectacular, jaw-dropping performance. Mrs. Carter and Ms. Carter embracing one another on stage were a very touching moment for everyone.
“I believe in Queen Blue Ivy dominance,” one fan remarked, complementing the little starlet’s amazing stage style. “She looks so much like her lovely mother!” another added. Someone tweeted, “she seems so grown up amazing!” “The way blue ivy is truly going to be the new Beyoncé,” another enthusiast predicted.
Beyoncé Hints at New Music
Beyoncé shook the internet this summer when she released Renaissance, her long-awaited seventh studio album. Beyoncé has revealed that the album is the first part of a “three-act project” she composed during the COVID-19 epidemic.
While the second and third acts have yet to be revealed, the artist commented on Instagram immediately before the album’s release, “Creating [‘Renaissance’] provided me a space to dream and to find escape amid a terrible moment for the globe.” “It helped me to feel free and adventurous at a time when nothing else was moving,” she continued.
Beyoncé and Britney Spears’s teaming force is one intriguing possible musical collaboration that fans can look forward to, according to Page Six. “Beyoncé invited Spears to star in a new music video, but it eventually fell through,” according to various insider sources. (Does this suggest they collaborated on a song? We’ll have to wait and see!)