Beyoncé & Blue Ivy Wear Matching Gold Dresses At Wearable Art Gala

Posted March 21, 2018

The gala honored Beyoncé for her humanitarian work, and she gave an emotional speech as she accepted the award.

In any case, it turns out at just six years old, Blue Ivy Carter can introduce us all to some new things, and upgrade her art collection in the process. "It's this attractive painting of Sidney Poitier and I'm like, 'I've got to have that.'" So, Perry said he put up his paddle to bid and someone on the aisle next to him counter-bid on the acrylic painting. The amusing father-daughter moment combined with the news of the outrageous $19,000 figure Blue dropped on the painting sent the video to the viral stratosphere, but the one missing element was just who was on the other end of that bidding war. I'm fucking weak. Her and Jay-Z were fighting for the paddle. "Although Tyler Perry ended up taking home the portrait for $20,000, Blue bid $10,00 on the next item-a 36" x 36" piece of art composed of deconstructed law books from IN and medical books from California, created by artist Samuel Levi Jones-and won.

It's clear that the Carters already have their hands full with their eldest daughter Blue Ivy and Twitter can't get enough.

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Beyonce, Jay Z, and Blue Ivy Carter attended the second-ever Wearable Art Gala in L.A. on Saturday. The stylish event was hosted by Beyonce's mother Tina Lawson and her husband Richard Lawson. With the wave of a paddle, Blue bid $17,000 for the painting.

"Let me tell you what's happening".

Vanity Fair reported that even the former First Lady Michelle Obama honoured the "Formation" singer via a televised message. She's someone who is so strong that she told me, 'You can do anything in life.' I believed it so much that I thought she made it up herself.