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Blue Ivy Dances to Mom Beyonce's Performance at the MTV Video Music Awards; Cheers Her On and Says 'Go Mommy!'

She got it from her momma! Adorable Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of Jay Z and Beyonce, danced through her mom's performance at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards.

The two-year-old was featured sitting on her father's lap, bouncing her head back and forth as her mom performed on stage, according to Refinery 29.

At one point during Beyonce's "Flawless" performance, the adorable toddler was seen busting out some signature "I woke up like this" wrist movement, the same publication noted.

Blue Ivy's appearance at the MTV VMAs was technically not her first. Back in 2011, Beyonce surprised her millions of fans when she went up the stage with a huge baby bump.

Despite countless rumors that claimed Beyonce and Jay Z were in the brink of a divorce, Sunday night's event proved to be a wonderful family moment for the three, Bustle noted.

To prove that the young diva was indeed a diva in the making, the adorable Blue Ivy was carried on stage by his dad, where they welcomed the Queen Bey. The little girl was heard saying the words, "Go mommy" or "Yeah mommy" in what could have been another heart melting moment.

E! News tweeted the moment along with a video of the dancing little girl and wrote, "Go Mommy! Blue Ivy dancing with Jay Z during Beyonce's #VMA2014 performance is PRECIOUS."

Of course, Jay Z also made a mark during Sunday night's event when he gave his wife a kiss on the lips after the latter received the prestigious Village Vanguard award, according to the NY Daily News.

If the couple was really to end their marriage, no signs were obvious that night. Jay Z even called his wife, "the greatest living entertainer."

Beyonce meanwhile said upon accepting her award, "I have nothing to say. But I'm full of gratitude."

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