• Tue, Feb 5 2013

Beyonce, Can We Pretty Please See The Video Of Blue Ivy Dancing To ‘Single Ladies’?

beyonce fragrance 5 230911Infants dancing and singing are about the cutest things ever. I think we can all agree on that, right? I mean, there’s a reason we all sit through those early dance and choir recitals. The music is normally horrible and screechy. Tap shoes on two-year-olds are the most ear-piercing things ever. But little ones bopping along and messing up lyrics are just too sweet to resist. And I have a feeling the offspring of two great musicians like Beyonce and Jay-Z is no different.

After her universally praised Superbowl halftime show, Queen Bey shared a quick quip about her talented daughter, Blue Ivy, learning to sing “Single Ladies.”

“The song was on the Chipmunks series and all of the kids are like, ‘Oh, that’s the Chipmunk song!’ My daughter actually does the hand movement and sings, ‘Uh oh’.”

First of all, Beyonce and I are just alike! My daughter learned the song from the Chipmunks as well! Besties!

More to the point, Blue Ivy is just a year old and already singing and dancing? We shouldn’t be surprised, thanks to her tremendous genetics. I still wish we had some video evidence to swoon over. Pics or it didn’t happen, right? I mean really, where is this part of the documentary?

After admitting that her daughter will soon upstage her, because that’s what I heard in her story, Bey went out to rhapsodize about how amazing life is with a little one. We know, we know.

“My husband is incredible, he’s so supportive. And my daughter is… I mean, when I wake up in the morning, the best thing in the world is seeing her face. She’s starting to talk. It’s just such a beautiful time in my life to have a child and every day see something new and see her learn something new.”

This woman’s life does sound pretty perfect. So she should give the rest of us a bone and let us watch Blue Ivy do the “Put A Ring On It” hand. Seriously, do we have to beg? Please, Beyonce!

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  • R. Campbell

    that would be cool to see