Tan France and his husband Rob are making an exciting announcement!
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pic.twitter.com/dgX4Jt10ygIt didn’t take long for people online to swarm the video, celebrating the young artist. “Come on niece,” a Twitter use wrote. “Blue out here living her best life on her summer holidays,” said another. This isn’t the first time Knowles-Carter has brought her daughter into her work.
Back in January, Blue Ivy surprised the crowd in Dubai during her mother’s show at the city’s new hotel The Atlantis Royal. It was Knowles-Carter first live show in more than four years, and it had a run-time of 75 minutes.Blue Ivy is also featured on Knowles-Carter’s hit track “Brown Skin Girls,” for which Blue Ivy earned her first Grammy, becoming the second youngest person to ever receive the award..
Tan France and his husband Rob are making an exciting announcement!
Tan France is a new dad again! The star welcomed a second child with his husband, Rob France, over the weekend. The couple introduced their newborn by sharing a sweet family photo on Instagram, with Rob holding up their eldest son, Ismail, who turns two in July. Opting to keep their children's images private, Ismail's face is covered by an emoji. «Welcome baby boy #2, Isaac France, born this past weekend.
Family of four! Tan France and his husband, Rob France, welcomed their second child via surrogate.
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Blue Ivy is loving the stage life.
Beyoncé has shared a brief tribute to her daughter Blue Ivy Carter after her recent surprise appearance on the former’s ‘Renaissance’ tour.Blue Ivy surprised the crowd at the Stade de France in Paris last week (May 26) by joining her mother on stage for performances of ‘My Power’ and ‘Black Parade’, both taken from the 2019 Lion King soundtrack ‘The Lion King: The Gift‘.In an Instagram post yesterday (May 29), Beyoncé penned a touching caption celebrating the 11-year-old and her big moment on stage.“My beautiful first born,” she wrote. “I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama.
the post read. “Johnny has sustained a painful injury to his ankle following his recent appearances and has been advised by his doctor not to travel.”“He is devastated by this turn of events but looks forward to resting up so all four vampires can bring their absolute best to the tour in Europe.” The band clarified that all tickets will be transferred for the new dates.
Beyoncé’s concert in Paris, France, was just blessed by not only her but by her mini-me,Blue Ivy, who she shares with her husband Jay-Z. Video clips have been making their way around social media, showing the 11-year-old’s impressive dance skills. Blue Ivy looked cooler than ever as she danced next to her mom in a matching jumpsuit, making her way to the front of the stage.The “CUFF IT” singer introduced her daughter to the 80,000 fans who packed the Stade de France while performing her The Lion King track, “My Power,” per Entertainment Tonight.Beyoncé, who recently honored Tina Turner, stopped and told the crowd, “Give it up for Blue.” The pre-teen looked confident and unphased by the thousands of screaming fans, proving she is a natural entertainer, just like her parents.Will Destiny’s Child reunite? Beyoncé’s dad says the world needs ‘One Last Album’Tina Turner’s biological and step children: learn about their livesMaria Dueñas Jacobs: a family in New YorkBeyoncé ’s show in Paris was filled with celebrities.
Beyonce delivered a heartfelt tribute to Tina Turner during her concert in Paris saying she “wouldn’t be on this stage” if it was not for the late singer. The pop superstar paused her performance at the Stade De France on Friday to remember the American-Swiss star who died aged 83 at her home in Switzerland on Wednesday after a long illness. Tina, one of rock’s most famous voices, duetted with Beyonce in 2008 at the Grammys where they performed a rendition of her hit song Proud Mary which featured both the powerful singers, in sparkly outfits, mirroring each other’s choreography.
Selena Gomez seemingly got in an argument with a security guard while attending Beyonce‘s Renaissance Tour in Paris, France on Friday (May 26).
Blue Ivy Carter wasn’t the only one of Beyonce‘s children to attend their mom’s Renaissance Tour this week.
Beyoncé and JAY-Z's daughter, Rumi, was on hand to watch her big sister, Blue Ivy, make a surprise appearance during Bey's Renaissance World Tour, and Rumi couldn't look prouder!A fan account took to Twitter on Saturday morning and shared a one-minute video of the moment the 5-year-old, who also has a twin brother, Sir, cheered from a luxury box Friday night while sitting with friends and family at Stade de France in Paris. The video was overlayed with the text, «POV: I saw Beyoncé's 3 children from my seat at Renaissance Tour,» though there was no sign of Sir. The video then shows Blue Ivy on the big screen nailing the choreography, and after showing a snippet of the performance the video then cuts to Rumi and a friend holding a sign that read, «We Love You Blue!»Moments later, Blue Ivy can be seen back in the luxury box sitting with a friend while still wearing her outfit from her surprise performance. Rumi Carter shows her support for her sister and mother with her friend while holding a «We love you, Blue!!» banner❤️ #RenaissanceWorldTourpic.twitter.com/BuudYL9sA7Beyoncé's fans were in pure delight after Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance. While in the middle of performing her track, «My Power,» Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans to «give it up for Blue.»Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mother in a sequined jumpsuit and danced like a true pro.
Beyonce delivered a heartfelt tribute to Tina Turner during her concert in Paris saying she “wouldn’t be on this stage” if it was not for the late singer.The pop superstar paused her performance at the Stade De France on Friday to remember the American-Swiss star who died aged 83 at her home in Switzerland on Wednesday after a long illness.Tina, one of rock’s most famous voices, duetted with Beyonce in 2008 at the Grammys where they performed a rendition of her hit song Proud Mary which featured both the powerful singers, in sparkly outfits, mirroring each other’s choreography. “I just want to take a second and honour Tina Turner,” Beyonce can be heard saying to the crowd in videos shared on social media. “If you’re a fan of mine, you’re a fan of Tina Turner because I wouldn’t be on this stage without Tina Turner, so I want you guys to just scream, so she can feel your love.
It’s Blue Ivy’s world and we’re just living in it.The 11 year old daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z just sent fans into an absolute frenzy as she joined her mega famous mother on stage during the Paris leg of her acclaimed Renaissance tour. As seen in fan footage captured from the 26th May show, Blue Ivy looked a complete natural as she moved like a pro in front of thousands of spectators at the Stade de France.This is actually the first time Queen Bey’s mini-me has joined her mum on stage for a performance of this scale.
Beyonce is paying tribute to the late Tina Turner.
Beyonce left fans shocked when she brought out her daughter Blue Ivy to perform during her latest Paris show amid her Renaissance world tour on Friday. The singer, 41, sent the crowds wild when she brought out her eldest child Blue, 11, to dance with her on stage in a surprise appearance at the Stade de France. Her daughter joined her on-stage for a performance of My Power, which appears in 2019's live action version of The Lion King.
Beyonce shared the stage with a Grammy winner during the latest stop of the Renaissance Tour – her daughter Blue Ivy Carter!
Beyoncé honored Tina Turner at her Renaissance World Tour on Friday in Paris by requesting that the 80,000 fans in attendance to scream «so she can feel your love.»The sweet tribute at a packed Stade de France comes just two days after the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll died peacefully on Wednesday at her home in Switzerland. She was 83. On that day, Bey paid tribute by releasing a statement underscoring just how much the late singer meant to her, personally and professionally.Just days later, Beyoncé got an opportunity to honor her in front of thousands, reminding the fans in attendance that there's no Beyonce without the «Proud Mary» singer.«If you're a fan of mine, you're a fan of Tina Turner, because I wouldn't be on this stage without Tina Turner,» Beyonce said in video shared on social media.
Beyonce had so many celebs in attendance at her latest show!
Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour couldn't get any better, things leveled up when Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance Friday night in Paris, sending the crowd into a frenzy.While in the middle of performing her track, «My Power,» Bey stopped and announced to the 80,000 fans who packed the Stade de France to «give it up for Blue.» Blue Ivy, 11, matched her mother in a sequined jumpsuit and danced like a true pro.The concert was attended by a bevy of celebrities, including Natalie Portman, Lenny Kravitz, Selena Gomez, Pharrell Williams and Kris Jenner. The tour heads over to London next for two nights (May 29-30) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.It's not the first time Blue Ivy's made an appearance onstage with her famous mom.