Blue Ivy bids $19000 at art auction

Magic Johnson Earlitha Kelly Tina Knowles Lawson and Richard Lawson at the WACO Theater’s Wearable Art Gala

Magic Johnson Earlitha Kelly Tina Knowles Lawson and Richard Lawson at the WACO Theater’s Wearable Art

Beyoncé, Jay-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy Carter attended the Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles together, with mother and daughter matching in gold and both wearing headpieces. Blue Ivy was filmed at a recent auction attempting to get in on the action. Blue's wig gave off a Cleopatra vibe, while Queen Bey's sheer gown was a bit Princess Leia-esque.

Beyoncé was presented with the Humanitarian Award for "providing support to numerous relief efforts throughout the world", according to The Mirror.

Jay Z's penchant for buying and rhyming about high-dollar art pieces may be causing a ripple effect throughout the Carter family. "It's a privilege and a responsibility".

"Oh y'all made me come from behind the podium, because Blue was out there bidding", the auctioneer noted.

It's unclear what the final bid for "Young Sidney" came in at, and there hasn't been any confirmation on if Blue Ivy secured the piece. "Listen, you know, Ms. Tina [Knowles] told me all of this", the host said.

In her speech, she also touched on why her charitable works are less publicized than those of her peers saying, "I keep it quiet because I actually feel like I could be doing more.and I think the reason I feel weird reeciving this award from my mother tonight is I think I should be giving her an award".

While it's unclear if she was the victor, it sure does look like Blue had a lot of fun bidding.

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