Beyoncé Attended the 2020 Super Bowl with Husband Jay-Z and Their Daughter Blue Ivy
Queen Bey stunned at the 2020 Super Bowl alongside husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy.
Beyoncé Knowles is always a showstopper, and even in the packed Hard Rock Stadium on Super Bowl night, the pop diva made quite an entrance.
Beyoncé stepped out with billionaire rapper husband Jay-Z and her oldest daughter, Blue Ivy - who were equally stylish.
The oldest Carter child has already earned her first writing credit on her mother's "Spirit" album
Singer Beyonce, rapper Jay-Z, and daughter Blue Ivy Carter at an NBA All Star game/ Source: Getty Images
BEYONCÉ WOWS AT THE SUPERBOWL
Beyoncé showed up unexpectedly at the 2020 Super Bowl accompanied by her husband, and Blue Ivy.
Queen Bey dazzled in a vivid green pantsuit by Balmain with white topstitching picking out its bold lines.
Beyoncé daringly wore the jacket over bare skin, flaunting her perfect cleavage. She accessorized with a dramatic silver geometric torque and huge white cat's eyes sunglasses for a touch of 50s glamor.
Although Jay-Z couldn't outshine his glamorous wife, he displayed his own brand of cool in a flamboyant printed bomber jacket, black gold-rimmed sunglasses, and a baseball hat
BLUE IVY IS MOM'S MINI ME
Blue Ivy shows up with her parents at many of the events they attend, and she is already displaying poise and a sense of style that proves that the apple didn't fall far from the Bey tree.
Blue wore a dashing leather jacket, over an unusual pleated red top, a black leather short skirt and Balmain combat boots with silver rivets.
The oldest Carter child has already earned her first writing credit on her mother's "Spirit" album and was surely inspired by the presence of J-Lo's daughter Emme's presence on stage during the Super Bowl half-time show...
BEYONCÉ AND JAY-Z SIT DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM
Demi Lovato stepped up to the mike to sing the National Anthem, bringing the Hard Rock Stadium to its feet - with a singular exception.
The Carter family - Beyoncé Knowles, Jay-Z, and their 8-year-old daughter Blue Ivy remained seated throughout Lovato's performance to the dismay of many of their fans.
Twitter erupted with protests at what they perceive is a blatant disrespect for "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Athletes like Colin Kaepernick had taken the knee in a peaceful protest against police brutality, and it is presumed the Carters were following his example.
However, the sitting seems to have struck the wrong chord with Twitter denizens, even those who have always supported Kaepernick and his protest.