Watch Blue Ivy join Beyoncé on stage in Paris for ‘My Power’

Beyoncé was joined on stage at her Paris gig by her daughter Blue Ivy, who danced along while her mother played ‘My Power’ – see footage below.

The tour, behind last year’s lauded ‘Renaissance’ LP, began in Stockholm, Sweden this month, and is now heading through the UK and Europe, before visiting North America before the end of the year.

During the Paris gig of the leg last night (May 26), Beyoncé welcomed her daughter on stage, who danced alongside her for the ‘My Power’ rendition.

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‘My Power’ appears on Beyoncé’s Lion King soundtrack ‘The Lion King: The Gift‘ from 2019, which NME called “an eclectic and dizzying collection”.

Also present in the crowd for the gig were Beyoncé collaborator Megan Thee Stallion as well as her husband Jay-Z.

See the performance of mother and daughter below.

At the opening show on the tour, the R&B icon presented fans with a stunning 36-song setlist, which covered her illustrious career and focused heavily on ‘Renaissance’.

As well as including numerous fan favourites — namely ‘Love on Top’, ‘Crazy In Love’, ‘Formation’ and ‘Drunk In Love’ — the show in Stockholm also saw several live debuts for songs including ‘Cuff It’, ‘Break My Soul’ and ‘Summer Renaissance’.

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The singer also surprised fans by making the bathrooms onsite gender-neutral. This is despite the tour making stops in plenty of states which recently passed laws and policies that banned gender-affirming care for children under the age of 18. These states included Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, Florida, Missouri and Tennessee.

Check out her complete list of tour dates below – tickets are available here.

Beyoncé’s remaining UK, Europe and North America 2023 ‘Renaissance’ tour dates are:

MAY
29 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
30 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

JUNE
01 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
03 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
04 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
08 – Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium
11 – Marseille, France, Orange Vélodrome
15 – Cologne, Germany, De Rheinenergiestadion
17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, JC Arena
21 – Hamburg, Germany, De Volksparkstadion
24 – Frankfurt, Germany, De Deutsche Bank Park
27 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Nardowy

JULY
08 – Toronto, Canda, Rogers Centre
12 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field
15 – Nashville, Tennessee, Nissan Stadium
17 – Louisville, Kentucky, Cardinal Stadium
20 – Minneapolis, Minnesota, Hungtington Bank Stadium
22 – Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
26 – Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field
29 – East Rutherford, New Jersey, MetLife Stadium

AUGUST
01 – Boston, Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium
03 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Heinz Field
05 – Washington, DC, Fedex Field
09 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank Of America Stadium
11 – Atlanta, Georgia, Mercedes Benz Stadium
16 – Tampa, Florida, Raymond James Stadium
18 – Miami, Florida, Hard Rock Stadium
21 – St. Louis, Missouri, Dome At Americas Cente
24 – Phoenix, Arizona, State Farm Stadium
26 – Las Vegas, Nevada, Allegiant Stadium
30 – San Francisco, California, Levi’s Stadium

SEPTEMBER
02 – Inglewood, California, Sofi Stadium
11 – Vancouver, Canada, BC Place
13 – Seattle, Washington, Lumen Field
18 – Kansas City, Kansas, Arrowhead Stadium
21 – Dallas, Texas, AT&T Stadium
23 – Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium
27 – New Orleans, Louisiana, Caesars Superdome

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