Beyoncé's Daughter Blue Ivy Sings along to 'The Lion King' Classic 'Circle of Life'

Blue Ivy unleashes her inner Beyonce in a video clip her mother shared. Her short performance of a song from "The Lion King" wearing a regal headpiece will remind you why she's her mother's daughter.

If your mother is Beyonce, you’re bound to inherit her flair for making an impact. This is exactly what the singer’s daughter Blue Ivy proved in a clip that features her singing in wearable art. 

Blue channeled her inner Beyonce flirting with the camera and showing off her colorful headpiece while singing along to the catchy tune

HER MOTHER'S DAUGHTER

Beyonce is set to wow audiences of the new “The Lion King” movie when they hear her rendition of “Can You Feel The Love Tonight.” But before that, her daughter, Blue wowed the singer’s Instagram fans with her own interpretation of the film’s other song, “Circle of Life.”

Blue accompanied her mother to her grandmother Tina Knowles Lawson’s Wearable Art Gala in Santa Monica and she made sure to stand out. Dressed in a regal costume inspired by the “Lion King,” the 7-year-old put her performance skills to use when she mouthed the lyrics to the movie’s classic hit. 

Beyonce will be starring as Nala in the live-action remake of “The Lion King” which also includes Danny Glover and James Earl Jones . The film is already expected to be a blockbuster hit. It’s predicted to rake in $230 million in sales on opening weekend. 

Blue channeled her inner Beyonce flirting with the camera and showing off her colorful headpiece while singing along to the catchy tune. There’s no doubt the future is bright for this one. 

THE LION QUEEN

Beyonce was equally stunning in other photos she shared in her slide show. She wore a gilded bodysuit with a lion’s head on the bust. It had a golden cape that extended past her feet, another reason to deem her Queen Bey. 

It’s unclear if Beyonce will be involved in another musical her father, Mathew Knowles is producing. He announced in April that he’s teamed up with theater veteran Je’Caryous Johnson for “Survivor: The Destiny’s Child Musical.”

Beyonce will be starring as Nala in the live-action remake of “The Lion King” which also includes Danny Glover and James Earl Jones. The film is already expected to be a blockbuster hit. It’s predicted to rake in $230 million in sales on opening weekend especially with the direction of John Favreau of “The Jungle Book” fame.

ANOTHER BEYONCE MUSICAL ON THE HORIZON

Meanwhile, it’s unclear if Beyonce will be involved in another musical her father, Mathew Knowles is producing. He announced in April that he’s teamed up with theater veteran Je’Caryous Johnson for “Survivor: The Destiny’s Child Musical.”

Mathew revealed the project will feature the story of the rise of the 90s musical group from humble beginnings. If you recall, the 67-year-old stood as a manager to Beyonce and the three other singers who completed the quartet, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Robertson. LeToya and LaTavia were later replaced by Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin. The latter only stayed for five months converting the quartet into a trio by the time it released its third album, “Survivor” in 2001. The group went on to release its 4th and final album in 2004 before disbanding. 

Beyonce is in good terms with her father despite his past indiscretions with the singer’s mother who’s now married to Richard Lawson.

Mathew’s plans appear to be set in stone with the musical set to premiere next year. But it's not clear how supportive Beyonce is of this project. Mathew made it clear though that the play's storyline will be based on his version of events.

Beyonce is in good terms with her father despite his past indiscretions with the singer’s mother who’s now married to Richard Lawson. Moreover, they remain amicable professionally since they severed managerial ties in 2011. It's possible Beyonce was informed of the project and gave him the go-signal. After all, she is one of the subjects of the musical.