Beyoncé’s 11-year-old daughter Blue Ivy joined her mom on stage in Dubai on Saturday (January 21) to give the ‘Brown Skin Girl’ a round of applause.
“Where are my dark-skinned girls? Give up for my babe, dark-skinned girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter,” Beyoncé said. hollywood reporterwas attending the event at the city’s new luxury hotel, the Atlantis Royale.
“Brown Skin Girl” is a collaboration between Grammy Award-winning Blue Ivy and her mother. The video won Best Music Video last year. Her mother-daughter duo choreographed together on stage in Dubai, and Beyoncé encouraged the crowd to sing along with “If You Like Dark Skinned Women.”
Many of the family were also in attendance, including Jay-Z and her other children, Tina Knowles Lawson and Matthew Knowles.
“My beautiful children are here to watch their mother perform,” Beyoncé announced to the crowd, followed by Kendall Jenner, Rebel Wilson, Ellen Pompeo, Winston Duke, Letitia Wright, Liam Payne, Chloe Ex Hare, Bar Refaeli, Swedish House Mafia.
THR reports that Beyoncé opened with a cover of Etta James’ “At Last.”she had nothing to do with the crowd Renaissanceperhaps saving the debut for future tours — but songs that made the setlist not heard live for some time include “Beautiful Liar,” “I Care,” “Ave Marie,” “Flaws and All” was included.
She performed ‘Crazy In Love’, ‘Countdown’, ‘Naughty Girl’, plus ‘Halo’, ‘XO’, ‘Be Alive’, ‘Freedom’, ‘Spirit’, ‘Otherside’, ‘Bigger’ and ‘Naughty’. also played. Girl,” she chimed in the crowd when she asked, “Where’s my naughty girl?”
Amidst fireworks, she closed the special show by singing “Drunk In Love” and dancing on the water.
Watch her opening clip on ‘At Last’ hollywood reporter under.