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Here Is Proof That Only Blue Ivy Can Out-Beychella Beyoncé

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Per the rules of American hereditary monarchy, Blue Ivy Carter will one day ascend the throne as our true and rightful Queen. And though she is only seven, it appears she is quite prepared for this role.

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Indeed, after the teaser dropped for Beyoncé’s upcoming Beychella Netflix documentary, Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce, fans spotted a clip of Blue Ivy leading the choreography for a team of backup dancers. The clip is extremely good:

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Blue Ivy has thus proven herself an art connoisseur, a fashion icon, and a celebrity feud-ender, and now she is basically Beyoncé. There is no first-grader better than Blue Ivy.

[Bossip] 


Being a celebrity seems like a mostly boring collection of photoshoots, red carpet interviews, and sex scandals, but sometimes the famous people get to have fun! This week’s fun-havers: The Jonas Brothers and their Jonas partners, Sophie Turner, Danielle Bloom, and Priyanka Chopra. Page Six reports that the gang went to Penn State University over the weekend and did a lot of college things, like body shots, partying at a local bar, and presumably texting a boy they hooked up with exactly once about 15 times before bursting into drunken tears outside the late-night sandwich shop.

I love college!!!!

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Anyway, it looks like they all had a great time.

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  • R. Kelly made $22,000 for that 28-second Springfield performance. [TMZ]

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“Blue Ivy Carter will one day ascend the throne as our true and rightful Queen.”

“Blue Ivy has thus proven herself an art connoisseur, a fashion icon, and a celebrity feud-ender, and now she is basically Beyoncé. There is no first-grader better than Blue Ivy.”

Am I the only one weirded out by the breathlessly hyperbolic praise heaped on this small child by Jezebel and other outlets? She’s a normal little girl as far as we know. She isn’t performing concertos or doing calculus. She gets dressed up by her parents and occasionally photographed. Talking about her like she’s an adult with accomplishments and the second coming of christ seems frankly unhealthy.

And yea, I get you’re going for a silly tone. But it’s still creepy. Growing up rich and famous she’s already going to have a somewhat warped perspective on reality. Reading stuff like this all the time can’t possibly help. Idk, am I just being an asshole about it?