Tina Knowles-Lawson is one proud grandma and momma.
Mother to Beyoncé and grandmother to Blue Ivy Carter, Knowles-Lawson was beaming with pride after the 11-year-old made a surprise appearance during her mother’s Renaissance world tour stop in Paris on May 26.
Blue Ivy appeared during the dance breakdown of Beyoncé’s “My Power” and “Black Parade” from the soundtrack for “The Lion King: The Gift.”
“My bloodline, on the frontline,” Beyoncé sang before introducing her daughter to the stage, according to a TikTok video posted by a fan. “Give it up for Blue!”
The youngster stood next to her mom, donning similar metallic silver outfits, and hit every dance step. At the end of the performance, Blue Ivy stood proudly, with her fist in the air, and smiled as fans in the stadium chanted her name and cheered.
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Knowles-Lawson shared a video of the sweet moment on Instagram Saturday. “Last night I saw my beautiful grandbaby (11) dance in the front of almost 70 thousand people! She killed it and was as cool as a cucumber!” she wrote, adding her granddaughter had “no fear.”
In a follow-up Instagram post sharing more footage of the performance, Knowles-Lawson continued to gush over her family. “Yes I am a proud grandma,” she wrote.
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“I am truly amazed by the courage that this brave, talented, beautiful 11 year old exhibited last night! There were almost 70,000 people in that audience. She danced with professional dancers, grown folks, she did complicated choreography and moves that they rehearsed for months!” Knowles-Lawson said. “She rehearsed and learned this in little over a week. She was so smooth with it!”
Knowles-Lawson added that her granddaughter’s “smooth swag” reminded her of the late Aaliyah. “So cool with it!” she wrote. “She is the coolest most confident 11 year old I know!!!!”
This isn’t Blue Ivy’s first time on a major stage.
In January, she joined her mom for a duet of their song “Brown Skin Girl” when Beyoncé performed at the new Atlantis The Royal Resort in Dubai.
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“Brown Skin Girl” turned Blue Ivy into the second-youngest artist to win a Grammy, when she was awarded at age 9 in 2021.
She won the Grammy for best music video, and received a writing credit on the song.