Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy was the spitting image of the Grammy-winning star as she took the stage for the first night of her highly anticipated Renaissance Tour.
The 11-year-old joined her father Jay-Z to watch the first performance of the superstar’s 53-date tour in Stockholm on Wednesday.
And in an instant circulated by fans on social media, members of the Beyhive noticed that Blue Ivy looked more and more like her mother as she watched her show unfold.
The post was captioned, “Manager Ivy was there to make sure everything ran smoothly.”
Despite the huge anticipation for Beyonce’s tour, many fans were shocked to see her not performing many of her signature dance moves.
Like twins! Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy was the spitting image of the Grammy-winning star as she took the stage for the first night of her highly anticipated Renaissance Tour
Delicious! The 11-year-old accompanied her father Jay-Z to the first performance of the superstar’s 53-date tour in Stockholm on Wednesday
While famous for her energetic performances, the mother-of-three was decidedly more restrained during her show in Sweden, taking more breaks and opening the show with a series of ballads.
Fans who took to Twitter quickly speculated she was recovering from an injury — four months after rumors circulated that she had undisclosed foot surgery.
The whispers started in January after the singer’s performance in Dubai at the opening of Atlantis The Royal.
Journalist Garrick Kennedy, who had attended the show, raved about her performance, but claimed the singer was recovering from surgery.
A now-deleted tweet read: “BEYLANTIS was quite an unexpected show. That voice just gets better and better. Mama did her good singing. Stunning to see her and Blue Ivy perform together. Even more awe to hear that she did this after foot surgery.”
While the singer has not confirmed whether she has undergone surgery, fans were quick to claim that was the reason for her muted performance.
They tweeted, “Beyoncé not moving her foot and leg must still be messed up”; ‘Fantastic opening night. Visually and conceptually her best tour to date. The vocals were hydrated. We continue to pray for your foot mom @beyonce, but what an amazing creative spectacle.”
“beyoncé tries to dance with only half a foot”; “Beyoncé can take my foot, I don’t need it fr”; Beyoncé plays THIQUE. You can tell her to be extra careful with her foot (probably doctor’s orders). That said, please keep your unrealistic ideals/standards to yourself. ❤️’
Watching! And in an instant circulated by fans on social media, members of the Beyhive noticed Blue Ivy’s growing resemblance to her mother as she watched her show unfold
Something a little more accessible! While she was famous for her energetic performances, the mother-of-three was decidedly more restrained during her show in Sweden and took more breaks.
“I think Beyoncé foot still isn’t working..she’s not dancing yet”; “beyoncé tries to dance with only half a foot”; “Maybe I’ll get into a religion to pray for Beyoncé and her foot, because I can’t. I can see she’s trying not to go too fast.’
“how many times do we have to repeat that Beyonce had foot surgery and it takes time to heal”; “I think Beyonce foot still doesn’t work… she’s not dancing yet”; “Yeah… there is DEFINITELY something wrong with Beyonce’s foot. She doesn’t move or dance as much as usual. She’s still doing her best.’
MailOnline has reached out to Beyonce’s representatives for comment.
Despite fans being upset by the lack of dance moves, she still wowed critics with The protector‘s Malcolm Jack giving the show five stars claiming that ‘Queen Bey’s first solo headlining tour in seven years is a quantum leap for live entertainment, dripping with sci-fi disco decadence, sex and Black Pride.’
The New York TimesAlex Marshall praised the singer for her LGBT-positive performance, noting, “Beyoncé played on those connections throughout the show, nodding to the ballroom and fashion culture that inspired ‘Renaissance’ at the end of the night by giving the stage to her dancers.” to give. , who tried to outdo each other under rousing cheers.’
Still, he noted, “But for one of pop’s ultimate dance queens, Beyoncé’s performance was much less physical than on previous tours.” She often seemed to keep her feet still while shaking her upper body, and seemed to prefer one leg. She spent much of a song sitting on top of a prop.”
During the performance, Beyonce sparkled in an array of incredible outfits, including a glitzy black and silver jumpsuit as she wowed the crowd at the Friends Arena.
Hang on: The superstar kicked off her 53-show tour in Stockholm on Wednesday, but those in attendance were shocked to see she wasn’t performing many of her signature dance moves
Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour could surpass Taylor Swift’s phenomenally successful Eras Tour by a whopping $600 million, Forbes has revealed.
The Crazy In Love hitmaker embarked on her first solo tour in seven years on Wednesday — with the star competing against 33-year-old Swift’s 52-date concert tour, which broke Ticketmaster records with two million day sales.
However, Queen Bey’s 41-date tour, which concludes in North America in September, could bring in between $275 million and $2.57 billion in tickets alone — crushing The Eras Tour’s $1.9 billion expectation. .
Therefore, billionaire Beyonce could earn nearly $2.2 billion from the tour, $600 million more than the $1.6 billion Swift could earn.