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5 Times Beyoncé And Jay-Z's Mini-Me Blue Ivy Stole The Show

Here are some of the cutest Blue Ivy moments.

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Blue Ivy Carter is probably one of the most famous celebrity kids on the planet thanks to having legendary and multi-talented parents Beyoncé and Jay-Z. People don’t always get to see the 10-year-old but when she pops out, it’s always a moment. More recently the young fashionista attended game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics along with her father Jay-Z. And when the announcer acknowledged the “Empire State of Mind” artist at the game, all eyes were zoomed in on Blue.


Folks on social media were shocked at how big she’s gotten and how much she looked like her mother. The oldest of the Carter kids wore her hair in natural curls that framed her face which a Twitter user used to make a side-by-side photo with Blue and Beyoncé in a similar curly hairstyle.

But this is just one of many moments that Blue stole the spotlight from her parents and others. Here are some of the cutest Blue moments.

2022 Oscars

Beyoncé opened the Oscars with a performance of “Be Alive” from the King Richard soundtrack and while the singer captivated audiences like she always does, it was Blue’s surprise appearance that had everyone talking. The Grammy award-winner was a backup dancer for her mommy and she proved that she had moves just like her too.

'The Lion King' Premiere

Blue walked the red carpet with the “Yonce” star at The Lion King premiere in July 2019. Beyoncé voiced Nahla in the live-action remake and brought her daughter along to watch the beloved film. The mother-daughter duo wore matching Alexander McQueen outfits but Blue stole the show with her bejeweled two buns and braids.

60th Grammy Awards

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The Carters attended the 60th Grammy Awards as a family and had front-row seats to all the action. While Bey and Jay wore all black, their daughter, who was six years old at the time, wore all white. Social media went into a frenzy after noticing Blue’s facial expressions. One of her most meme-worthy moments was when she was quieting her parents.

2014 VMAs

The 2014 VMAs were all about Beyoncé but that was until Blue took to the stage. The Ivy Park founder received the MTV VMA Video Vanguard award and gave an unforgettable performance. Jay and Blue had the pleasure of presenting the queen with her award and Blue adorably took over the mic yelling “yay mommy” while continuously clapping.

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