Beyonce may have won the night at the Wearable Art Gala hosted by Mama Tina Knowles Lawson on Sunday in LA, but Blue Ivy stole the show.
However, not before
former forever first lady Michelle Obama appeared in a pre-recorded message to introduce Queen for her humanitarian award tribute.
Obama thanked the singer for "using your amazing platform for equity, fairness and justice for all," she said before adding, "I love you, I'm inspired by you and I'm so honored and proud…"
Proceeds of the gala directly benefit the WACO (Where Art Can Occur) Theater Center, continuing to help the community express themselves through art and theater. In addition to the beautiful outfits that were showcased, select women were honored with humanitarian awards for their work in helping underserved communities. Among those honored were Beyoncé, Solange Knowles, actress Bianca Lawson and Jay Z's mother, Gloria Carter.
While the work of these women is commendable and amazing, it was Blue's notes that was the best part of the evening.
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) March 18, 2018
"For my mommy Thank you for my brother and sister[.] Thank you for loving me and Daddy[.] But most of all thank you for being you[.] I love you Blue," she wrote to her mother Beyoncé.
To her grandmother Gloria she wrote "For my grandma I love you[.] Thank you for creating my daddy[.] You make me happy [.] I want to have a heart as big as yours. Love Blue."
She wrote her name in blue… we stan a poetic legend pic.twitter.com/wrCagfmUHA
— Dwayne ???????? (@itsdxayne) March 18, 2018
We're not crying, you're crying.