It's safe to say Beyoncé never fails to slay with her live performances. I mean, the woman basically invented slaying.
But today, 10 years on from the moment she announced she was pregnant with Blue Ivy at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards with a perfectly choreographed tummy-rub, her firstborn joined her on stage for a special performance at the Oscars.
Queen B performed her Oscar-nominated song 'Be Alive' from the movie King Richard live from the same tennis court in Compton that Venus and Serena Williams used to train on.
It wasn't long before eagle-eyed fans noticed the one and only Blue Ivy, aged 10, had taken up position front and centre and was absolutely serving the choreography.
"Did y’all see Blue Ivy getting in her eight counts?!!" one Twitter user asked.
"Blue Ivy is so generous to let Beyoncé share the stage with her," wrote another.
"Blue Ivy really ate everyone up at the Oscars and made history with the youngest performer credit. We have to stan! Bey is shaking!" a third tweet read.
With Blue going this hard on the world stage while she's still a literal child, we can only predict she's on track to become even more iconic than her mama… if that's possible.