Fans praise Blue Ivy for how much she's improved during Beyonce's Renaissance tour
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The lemon clearly doesn't fall far from the lemon tree.
It looks like we have another star on our hands.
Blue Ivy, who has been accompanying her mom onstage as part of the Renaissance tour’s dance team for the past four months, just keeps getting better.
A TikTok posted by @queenbeyswife shows the youngster’s dance skills in her first tour show compared to the last one.
And the difference is astounding.
In the first clip, filmed in Paris in June, Blue Ivy's dancing to the song ‘My Power’ alongside her mother, wearing a complementary silver stage costume.
Don’t get me wrong, Blue is still serving in this, but the second clip doesn’t even compare.
While dancing in the same segment for the show in a sparkly camouflage number in Houston, the 11-year-old looks exactly like her mother tearing up the stage.
And people noticed.
One person wrote: “This reminds me of Beyonce saying no one wants to practice because they don’t want to feel awkward. Worried about what other people will say, so you never start or try anything. Dance gets in the body and it takes time and repetition. What courage as an 11-year-old.”
Another said: “Blue Ivy's very first performance vs her final one shows she truly became one with the stage, iconic.”
A third commented: “So we literally just witnessed Blue grow soooooooooo much and it's just so sweet I love it.”
While another noted: “Baby she was hiding behind them shades and now she’s a whole professional.”
Beyonce took to Instagram to congratulate her daughter shortly after her debut, writing: “My beautiful first born. I’m so proud and thankful to be your mama. You bring us so much joy, my sweet angel.”
Even Tina Knowles-Lawson gushed over her granddaughter joining her mother on tour.
"Well, this is a heels family. You're trained early to walk in heels," the 69-year-old told PEOPLE.
"But yeah, she's having the time of her life, and I couldn't be more proud of her because she really worked hard."
The grandmother also shared how Blue Ivy had been dancing since she was young, following right in her mother’s footsteps.
"She is 11 years old, and she had one week to prepare, and she's just getting better and better," she added.
"So I'm the proud grandma, always."