“Renaissance” not only showcases electrifying performances but also offers exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes glimpses of the meticulous show preparations. One notable aspect of the film is the involvement of Beyoncé’s 11-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
Blue Ivy made a special appearance onstage during her mom’s performances of “My Power” and “Black Parade,” showcasing her dance moves alongside other talented performers. The mother-daughter duo’s on-stage chemistry added a heartfelt and personal touch to the concert experience.
Beyond the performances, the film captures a candid moment where Blue Ivy actively participates in the show’s planning.
In a scene where Beyoncé discusses the setlist with her team, Blue Ivy passionately expresses her opinion, particularly objecting to the removal of the song “Diva” to shorten the show.
Beyoncé, in a moment that resonated with viewers, gently acknowledges Blue’s feelings but also emphasizes the importance of expressing opinions with softness. The clip of this interaction quickly went viral on social media, with many praising Beyoncé’s parenting approach.
The viral clip showcased the intersection of celebrity parenting and relatability, with one person humorously noting:
“Beyoncé is an elder millennial raised by Boomers. It’s giving gentle parenting with a dash of ‘don’t play with me.'”
As “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” continues to grace theaters, audiences are not only treated to an unforgettable concert experience but also a glimpse into the genuine and endearing moments shared between Beyoncé and her daughter.