Blue Ivy Carter, the 12-year-old eldest daughter of Beyoncé and Jay Z, has just won her second BET Award!

During the Awards show last night, she won the YoungStars Award, which honors young people who have made an impact in the world of television, film, music, or sports.


Beyonce’s production company, Parkwood, shared the news on their Instagram, saying, “Blue Ivy Carter wins the 2024 @BET YoungStars Award. CONGRATULATIONS!”

Grandma Tina Knowles also chimed in, commenting under the post and writing, “Congratulations to Blue Blue our little superstar in the making.”

Blue Ivy beat out other talented nominees like Akira Akbar, Demi Singleton, Jabria McCullum, Jalyn Hall, Leah Jeffries, Van Van, and Heiress Harris.

Following in parent’s footsteps, Blue Ivy is making her own mark in music. She has already won 12 awards, including an NAACP Image Award, a Soul Train Music Award, and an MTV Video Music Award.

At just 9, she became the second youngest person to win a Grammy for “Brown Skin Girl.” She is also the youngest to win a BET Her Award for the same song.

After performing with her mom on the Renaissance tour in 2023, Blue Ivy is heading to the big screen. She will star in Disney’s “Lion King” prequel, “Mufasa,” out in December.

Carter will voice Simba and Nala’s daughter, Kiara, while Beyoncé will reprise her role as Nala and Donald Glover will return as Simba.

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