By Jessica Bennett, Page Six
Beyoncé’s 10-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, joined her mom onstage at the 2022 Academy Awards on Sunday night while performing her Oscar-nominated song “Be Alive.”
Blue Ivy was spotted in the group of dancers performing alongside the singer live from Compton, Calif. — the hometown of “King Richard” subjects Venus and Serena Williams.
Fans immediately took to Twitter to talk about the singer and her daughter, who opened this year’s show donning tennis-inspired outfits.
“Beyonce always setting the bar high for performances,” wrote one fan, with another adding, “Of course Beyonce looks beautiful ! 💖💖💖 #Oscars #KingRichard.”
“Beyoncé is rocking out in this performance! I loveeee it! 👏😊,” one more Beyhive member tweeted, with another of the star’s loyal followers adding, “I can’t get over how beautiful Beyoncé is oh my GOD #Oscars.”
One fan of Award-winning daughter Blue joked on Twitter, “Her manager Blue Ivy is probably the one that pushed Beyoncé to perform for us 😭 look at ha front and center #Oscars.”
Fans of the Houston diva were thrilled to see the “Lemonade” singer back onstage during her sixth performance for The Academy.
Beyoncé made her Oscar debut in 2005 when she performed three of the Best Original Song nominees from that year: “Vois Sur Ton Chemin” from the French film “Les Choristes,” “Learn to Be Lonely” from “Phantom of the Opera,” (originally sung for the film by Minnie Driver) and “Believe” from “The Polar Express,” which she performed alongside Josh Groban.
“Be Alive” marks Beyoncé’s first Oscar nomination, even while many expected the superstar to receive a nomination for her work on 2019’s “Spirit,” featured on “The Lion King” soundtrack after receiving a Golden Globe nomination.
Other performances for the night include “Dos Oruguitas” by Sebastián Yatra from “Encanto,” “No Time To Die” by Billie Eilish and FINNEAS from “No Time To Die,” and “Somehow You Do” by Reba McEntire from “Four Good Days.”
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