Beyoncé’s oldest daughter, Blue Ivy, is back performing on the Renaissance World Tour after sitting out a few tour dates. The 11-year-old returned on stage during the tour stop at Ford Field in Detroit on Wednesday. She performed her dance sequence during “My Power” before exiting the stage.
The crowd cheered on Blue Ivy and chanted her name after the track ended. Beyoncé stood on a platform above and joined the chants with a proud smile.
Blue Ivy signed off with a peace sign, a hair flip and a few air kisses.
Blue Ivy has performed on most tour stops of the Renaissance World Tour. Her coordinated outfits and signature choreography inspired fans to recreate the dance on TikTok.
Beyoncé has publicly expressed how proud she is of her daughter.
“My beautiful firstborn,” she captioned an Instagram post. “I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama. You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel.”
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At 11 years old, Blue Ivy already has a dedicated fanbase. Fans have brought out signs of support during various tour stops and even named themselves the “Ivy League.”
Beyoncé is currently on the North American leg of the tour, with remaining dates that include Atlanta, Houston and New Orleans. The Renaissance World Tour will conclude on Oct. 1st.
The Grammy Award-winning performer was among those featured on Travis Scott’s newest album, Utopia. Fans are speculating whether her feature is a nod to Act II of Renaissance.