The forty-two years old pop icon, rubbed Blue Ivy’s shoulders, checked if she was cold, and momentarily stepped aside to get her something warm, capturing a sweet moment that brought her mother, Tina Knowles, to tears.
The 11-year-old, who features prominently in the film, stole the show in a custom-made black Versace gown, showcasing her dance moves from the Renaissance tour. The premiere was attended by A-listers like Jay Z, Taylor Swift, Blake Lively, and more, creating a star-studded celebration of Beyoncé’s artistic legacy.
The film, released globally on December 1, documents the record-setting Renaissance World Tour, spanning 56 shows across 39 cities and 12 countries. Alongside the film release, Beyoncé surprised fans with a new single, My House. The event marked not only a celebration of Beyoncé’s career but also showcased the strong bond she shares with her daughter, who emerged resilient from early criticisms to become a tour highlight.
As Beyoncé continues to inspire and empower through her art, the premiere was a testament to the enduring strength of family and the joy derived from creating one’s legacy. Renaissance is set to hit cinemas worldwide, inviting millions to join the Joy Parade celebrating individuality and self-expression.