The countdown toward Blue Ivy Carter's tour debut is over.
Blue Ivy, 11, got into formation alongside mom Beyoncé at the Paris concert for her Renaissance World Tour, as seen in fan footage captured and shared online May 26. And while this may be Blue Ivy's first time performing onstage with Queen Bey for this tour, she knew how to move, move, move, move like a seasoned pro in front of the packed crowd at the Stade de France.
In the videos, Blue Ivy, dressed in sparkly silver attire to match her mom, nailed every dance step while Beyoncé sang to "My Power" from 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift. Blue then had a spotlight moment all on her own, strutting down the stage as Beyoncé's dance crew followed behind. (Kylie Jenner, who attended the show, later celebrated Blue's talent on her Instagram Story.)
And this is just the latest proof that Blue Ivy—Beyoncé and Jay-Z's eldest child—is well on her way to stardom. After all, the "Brown Skin Girl" singer has already won an MTV Video Music Award and a Grammy award, for which she became one of the youngest recipients of the coveted prize at just 9 years old.
Flash forward two years later, and she's still continuing to impress all who know her, especially her grandma Tina Knowles.
"You can sing dance, play basketball, play, volleyball, paint draw, sculpt, sew, write poetry, write songs, create, act , play the piano ! I could go on and on," Tina wrote in honor of Blue Ivy's 11th birthday in January. "Because there's really nothing that you can't do .You are funny and beautiful and graceful , Kind , and so smart. I could not ask for a better granddaughter Ms. Blue Ivy Carter!"
Tina added, "I could not be more blessed , grateful , and completely in love with another human . You truly bring me joy!!"