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Beyonce shares important decision about Blue Ivy and her Renaissance Tour

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Beyonce shares important decision about Blue Ivy and her Renaissance Tour
Beyonce shares important decision about Blue Ivy and her Renaissance Tour
Khushbu Kumari

Beyonce incorporated her daughter, Blue Ivy, as part of the dancers on the Renaissance Tour and has unleashed a media stir, generating both admiration and criticism.

Beyonce surprised her followers by incorporating her daughter, Blue Ivy, only eleven years old, as part of the group of dancers on her current world tour, the Renaissance Tour. This unexpected turn has generated a media stir, turning Blue Ivy into a viral phenomenon in every city she visits, arousing both praise and criticism.

In a documentary recorded during the tour, Beyoncé revealed the initial reluctance towards Blue Ivy's participation on stage. Her initial idea was for the talented young woman to appear only in Paris as a one-off surprise, but Beyoncé herself, with her vast experience in show business, considered that the stage was no place for an eleven-year-old girl. The artist admitted that she didn't make her daughter very happy by rejecting her desire to act.


The first time Beyonce saw Blue Ivy perform, she was left breathless, and since then, the young woman has demonstrated amazing skill in her performances, such as It can be seen in videos shared by the public. Despite some criticism, Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, is proud of her granddaughter, highlighting her evolution in each performance.

Jay Z, Blue Ivy's father, recognizes the challenge that her daughter faces being constantly under scrutiny since birth. Despite varying opinions, Blue Ivy has demonstrated the power of her on stage, carrying the song 'My Power' of her mother as a personal script. Beyoncé reveals that, in the face of negative comments, Blue Ivy did not give up, but rather she channeled that energy into work and effort, obtaining notable results and obvious evolution.

This is not the first time that Blue Ivy has Get on the stage; she already did it in the interpretation of “Be Alive” at the Oscars 2022 and at the Atlantis Royal Resort in Dubai, where she sang with her mother the single "Brown Skin Girl", thus winning the award for best music video at the 2021 Grammys. age of nine years. With the Renaissance Tour, Blue Ivy continues to establish itself as a new promise on the artistic scene, backed by the pride and support of her family.


Beyoncé and her Renaissance in Entertainment

Beyoncé, the renowned 42-year-old artist, shared significant revelations about her life and career in her recent concert film, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé”. Contrary to the perception that his thirties were his best time, he now considers that he is living the best time of his life, especially thanks to the success of his new album, “Renaissance”, and his current musical tour.

The film highlights that Beyoncé has reached this stage of fulfillment by freeing herself from the desire to please everyone. In her own words: “It's the best moment of my life. I thought it was in my 30s, but no, it's better now. Life is getting better. I spent much of my life wanting to please people, and eventually I stopped giving a damn.

In the documentary, the unique involvement of Blue Ivy, the 11-year-old daughter of Beyoncé, on tour. The singer, despite considering that the massive stage was not the right place for a girl her age, allowed Blue Ivy a special moment in the show. However, the young woman's first presentation was marked by nerves, which generated unkind criticism on the Internet.


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