Beyonce's 'Homecoming' trailer is out and Blue Ivy steals the show with her moves
'Homecoming' not only gives us a glance of Beyonce's famous 2018 Coachella performance, but also a cute Blue Ivy grooving and swirling to the beat behind the scenes
Beyonce's 'Homecoming', a documentary set to premiere on Netflix next week, is making all the waves, but her 7-year-old daughter Blue Ivy is the one who steals the show.
The film by the megastar dropped its first look and trailer and has already taken the internet by storm. Taking audiences on an emotional rollercoaster ride, with a powerful speech culminating into Beyonce's performance through 2018, the movie is slated for an April 17 release on Netflix.
The trailer is imprinted with critical claims from the likes of The Guardian, The New Yorker, The New York Times and Rolling Stone with a powerful voiceover by Maya Angelou. But that isn’t making as much noise as a short clip of Blue Ivy grooving and swirling her head.
The seven-year-old is not only a budding make-up artist but also makes an iconic style-statement of her own. And now we also know that she has what it takes to be a choreographer or a dancer one day. With the documentary just around the corner, it comes as no surprise why even a glimpse of Ivy will make paparazzi turn their heads. Beyonce's twin kids, Rumi and Sir Carter, also appear in the trailer very briefly on their mother’s lap.
'Homecoming' also sets the stage for Beyonce preparing the next generation to continue the legacy that she is creating and likely to leave behind.
The name 'Homecoming' also mirrors Beyonce own 'Homecoming Scholars Award Programme' that she launched last year worth $25,000. Beyonce made history last year as she became the first women of color to feature at the annual festival of Coachella. The official synopsis of the documentary reads: "This intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé's celebrated 2018 Coachella performance reveals the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement."