Her performance was a tribute to her mother’s iconic 1990 single.

Days after Blue Ivy concluded her stint as a performer on Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour, another child of a celebrity is stealing the show. This time, Madonna’s 11-year-old daughter Estere vogued on stage at her mother’s concert.

On Saturday, the Queen of Pop kicked off her long-awaited Celebration Tour at the O2 in London. For the occasion, Estere worked the runway, duckwalked and dipped to her mother’s 1990 single “Vogue.” Madonna and her 26-year-old daughter Lourdes sat on high chairs and served as judges for Estere’s performance. Lourdes fanned her younger sister, hyping her up as they brandished a 10/10 performance rating on signs.


Madonna’s daughter vogueing to Vogue aged 11? ICONIC

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Estere wasn’t the only one to perform on stage. Madonna’s 18-year-old son, David Banda, played Prince’s 1984 song “Let’s Go Crazy” on the guitar. He also performed along on “Mother and Father” as a tribute to Madonna’s late mother and his own.

Madonna’s 17-year-old daughter, Mercy James, also joined in the performance. She played the piano alongside her mother for a performance of  “Bad Girl.” It was the first time since 1992 that the ballad was included in one of her tour set lists, according to Vulture.

Stella, who is Estere’s twin, also made an appearance on stage during “Don’t Tell Me.”


Finally the world gets to enjoy what I have been privy to for so many years as her piano teacher. Congratulatioms Chifundo on a successful tour premiere. @madonna #Daughter #Pageot88 #pianoteacher #performancecoach #CelebrationTour #Protege

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Madonna’s Celebration Tour’s opening marks her return after a bacterial infection that sent her to the ICU last June. The tour had been postponed for three months at the time. The performer credited her children for helping her go through this ordeal.

“If you wanna know my secret, and you wanna know how I pulled through and how I survived. I thought, I’ve got to be there for my children. I have to survive for them,” she told the crowd.