She may have lost that painting, but Blue didn't go home empty handed.
Everyone's favourite six-year-old has stolen the show when she chose to bid $19k (£14k) on some art, as her parents tried to pry away the bidding paddle from her grip.
Blue Ivy Carter is clearly living her best life. After she held up her sign, Jay-Z jokingly tried to stop her from continuing to bid, drawing laughs. Even if she scored the piece, we're guessing Jay and Bey could afford it.
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The theme of the evening was "Waco to Waconda" inspired by the box-office record-breaking film Black Panther. I love you. I am inspired by you. If you're interested in getting a closer look at the work of art Blue wanted to drop $19,000 on, check out a closer view of Anderson's "Young Sidney" in acrylic and crushed glass above.
The "Formation" singer was in attendance at the 2018 Wearable Art Gala to benefit the artist's empowerment organization, WACO, co-founded by her mother, Tina Lawson. Beyonce and JAY-Z, along with his mother, Gloria Carter, were recognized for their humanitarian work. "Listen, you know Ms. Tina told me all of this".
"Let me tell you what's happening: her mother and father have been talking about how you gather art, and that is a big deal for African Americans", Star Jones, the auctioneer of the night, said on stage. "And she's like, 'I like that'". The 6-year-old was seemingly impressed with one piece of art during the auction and proceeded to bid off $19,000 while continuously raising her family's paddle.