The premiere of the superstar’s Renaissance concert film was celebrated on Saturday.
Superstar Beyoncé’s concert film Renaissance will be seen in theaters in the United States starting December 1st. The premiere of the film was celebrated at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday night.
The concert film follows a top star Renaissance– world tour. Finland The nearest concerts were organized in Stockholm on May 10 and 11.
The film also features excerpts from the superstar’s and rap artist Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy. 11-year-old Blue Ivy made a surprise appearance alongside her mother while dancing on tour in Paris.
Beyoncé wasn’t too thrilled with her daughter’s performance. People magazine by the star opens up about her thoughts in the film.
The superstar was not convinced that the daughter should participate in the final tour after the concert in Paris. In the beginning, the idea was that Blue Ivy would make one surprise appearance, which was also not fully supported by her mother.
– Performing in front of thousands of people is not a suitable place for an 11-year-old, Beyoncé opens up about her feelings in the film.
However, the daughter was able to turn her mother’s head and she was seen dancing and developing by her mother’s side. The daughter arrived tremendous popularity for example in Tiktok and his dancing and development have been praised on several different continents.
Beyoncé said she almost passed out during her daughter’s first performance on stage.
Blue Ivy’s grandmother Tina Knowles-Lawson has praised his grandchild in public.
– He is living his best life and I couldn’t be more proud of him because he has worked hard, Knowles-Lawson told the media during the tour.