Beyoncé and Blue Ivy recently had a girls' night out at this year's NBA All-Star Game. The mom-and-daughter tandem were joined by Blue Ivy's grandparents, Tina Knowles and Richard Lawson.
Photos of Beyoncé and Blue Ivy taking selfies on the singer's phone were also released online via multiple publications. In one of the snaps, Beyoncé is seen wearing a yellow skirt, brown blouse, and shades. Blue Ivy, on the other hand, is wearing jeans, black tank top, black leather jacket, and boots.
In another photo, Blue Ivy showed off her dark sunglasses and adorable blue bag. Sitting beside her is Tina, who is wearing an all-black ensemble. The 67th NBA All-Star Game was attended by a slew of celebrities, namely, Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen Pompeo, Spike Lee, Sean "Diddy" Combs," and more.
67th NBA All-Star Game Teams
The teams at this year's star-studded basketball game were chosen by captains LeBron James and Stephen Curry. Prior to Sunday's competition, Adam Devine, Queen Latifah, and Kevin Hart all performed for the A-list guests. Fergie also sung the National Anthem and was criticized for her jazz rendition of "Star-Spangled Banner."
At the end of the competition, James's team won over Curry's group, with a score of 148 to 145.
Blue Ivy Shows Beyoncé, Jay-Z Who's In Charge
Blue really told Beyoncé and Jay Z to calm down pic.twitter.com/BrTHWNr9ix — therfboart (@beyupdates_) January 29, 2018
Beyoncé and Jay-Z's 6-year-old daughter also made headlines earlier this month while at the Grammy Awards. While Camila Cabello was giving a speech, the camera panned toward Blue Ivy's direction. She was sitting in between Beyoncé and Jay-Z, and she seemingly urged her parents to calm down.
Weeks later, Cabello opened up about the viral video of Blue Ivy and said that she felt insecure after watching it. At the time it happened, Cabello had no idea that Blue Ivy tried to ask her parents to chill.
"I surprised myself. I was like, 'What does that mean?' Do you think she didn't like my speech? I literally stopped. I was like, 'I'm not gonna think about that ... Thank God I didn't look down at the crowd while that was happening. The good thing is I'd just come off of Kesha's performance so I didn't have time to think about it," said Cabello.
Cabello just announced the dates of her upcoming Never Be the Same tour. The series of shows will kick off in Vancouver, Canada, on April 9, and it will wrap up in Amsterdam on June 13.