Here’s Every Time Blue Ivy Carter Shows Up In <i>Black Is King</i>


While watching Beyoncé’s new visual album Black Is King on Disney+, there’s a lot to marvel at—stunning imagery, the star-studded appearances. But no cameo makes as much of an impact as when eight-year-old Blue Ivy Carter herself enters the screen.She’s been involved in her mother’s projects before, including winning a BET award earlier this year for her feature on “Brown Skin Girl” and becoming a Billboard-charting artist on Beyoncé’s “Spirit.” But Blue Ivy is a regular fixture like never before in Black Is King, from doing a mother-daughter handshake with Bey to singing her own solo. Ahead, every time Blue Ivy graces us with her presence in Bey’s new movie.
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Blue Ivy’s first appearance in Black Is King comes during the very first track, “Bigger,” sporting a purple ensemble while Beyoncé lovingly looks down at her.

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Next, the multi-talented eight-year-old has a major moment during “Find Your Way Back.” There’s a black sequined leotard. There’s glittery makeup. And there’s aerial hoop choreography that I will be practicing in my room this weekend, no doubt.

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Bey and Blue have a mother-daughter handshake, because of course they do. They showcase the ritual during a sweet moment in the song, “Brown Skin Girl.”

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Blue Ivy takes centerstage with a solo during “Brown Skin Girl,” for which she won her first BET and NAACP awards. She sings, “Brown skin girl/Your skin just like pearls/The best thing in the world/I never trade you for anybody else, singin’…”

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During the same song, which features cameos from Naomi Campbell and Lupita Nyong’o, Blue Ivy poses alongside Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland, whom we consider to be her spiritual aunt at this point.

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Then Blue Ivy appears in a more apparent family portrait, smiling next to Bey, Tina Knowles-Lawson, and little sister Rumi Carter during “Brown Skin Girl.”

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Another unforgettable appearance comes during “My Power.” Blue Ivy posts up in a wide-brimmed hat, multi-colored stripe ensemble, and sunglasses to dance along to the track.

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This moment shall forevermore be known as The Wink™. No one will ever do it better, nor should they try.

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One of Blue Ivy’s final appearances comes during “Spirit,” sporting the same ethereal look originally seen in Beyoncé’s July 2019 video for the song.In conclusion:
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Savannah Walsh
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Savannah Walsh is an Editorial Fellow at ELLE.com.

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