The Renaissance World Tour wrapped up on Sunday after 56 shows held in 17 different countries and half a billion dollars generated. The global event was Beyoncé’s ninth concert tour and included several viral moments, such as the mute challenge, eclectic designer stage outfits and flawless choreography executed by Les Twins.

Blue Ivy, Beyoncé’s firstborn daughter, gained fan popularity throughout the tour. The 11-year-old posed as a backup dancer for her mother. She made her debut on May 26 at a tour stop in Paris’ Stade de France. Blue Ivy performed on stage with the rest of the dance crew to the tracks “My Power” and “Black Parade.”

Her fans, who call themselves the Ivy League, stitched together a clip of her first performance with her last. The comparison quickly went viral as fans noticed her evolution in skill and confidence while performing in front of thousands of people.

Tina Knowles, Beyoncé’s mother, took to social media to congratulate her granddaughter by reposting the video.

“I could not be more proud of my beautiful granddaughter. She worked so hard.!” she wrote. “She is a true talent. Good at so many things and keeps surprising us every day with her mature, intelligent analogies of everything in life at 11 years old. She is so wise beyond her years, hardworking never backs down from a challenge. She is kind and loyal and wise and beautiful. Go Blue !!!!!! Love and Godspeed ❤️❤️❤️❤️”


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Fans have been supportive of Blue Ivy throughout the tour by brandishing signs from the crowd in her honor and chanting her name. Beyoncé, who has joined the cheering chants in her daughter’s name during the tour, also took to social media to publicly congratulate her.

“My beautiful first born,” she wrote. “I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama. You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel.”


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Although the Renaissance World Tour has concluded, fans can still look back on the event in Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which will chronicle the journey of the tour. The film is set to hit theaters on Dec. 1.