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6-Year-Old Blue Ivy Wears High Heels To The Grammy Awards

The 60th annual Grammy Awards Ceremony was held this year on January 28, 2018. It was broadcast by the CBS network live from the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. This was the first time since 2003 that the lavish award ceremony was held anywhere outside of Los Angeles.

Despite all the big names that showed up that night, it was a six-year-old who stole the show.

And that was none other than Jay-Z and Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy.

Blue Ivy was present at the ceremony with her power couple parents and could be seen wearing an all-white outfit along with a black purse and a pair of silver high heels.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z decided to skip the fanciful red carpet event and instead just showed up directly to the ceremony at Madison Square Garden.

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But despite not getting photographed at the red carpet, it was hard for photographers to keep their cameras (and eyes) off the famous family.

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While Beyonce and Jay-Z were both dressed in an all-black garb, Blue Ivy stood out rocking an all-white ensemble. People on social media not only praised the six-year-old’s sense of style but also her personality which some said took attention away from her parent’s famous aura.

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One viewer went on Twitter to say: ‘Blue Ivy came out tonight with her bun full, edges laid, heels on, and shade intact. I absolutely love that child.’

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Others said: ‘Blue Ivy is wearing heels! She’s 6. She’s Beyoncé’s child. Ok it’s a kitten heel but still.’

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Another tweet read: ‘’Y’all Blue Ivy is grown. She brought her heels out tonight! Blue Ivy got her heels on ready to take over the world!’

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The family sat at the front row of the awards show to celebrate Jay-Z’s eight nominations for his album 4:44 and throughout the ceremony Blue Ivy could be seen making funny faces at Jay-Z, joking around with Beyonce and just genuinely having an amazing time.

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