Beyoncé, 40, performed at Oscars on Sunday, opening the show with her 10-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
She sang her original Song entry “Be Alive,” which brought her first Oscar nomination.
According to the NY Post, the song was co-written with artist Dixson and featured on the soundtrack for “King Richard,” about tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams and their controversial coach and father, Richard.
Bey performed via satellite from a Compton tennis court where the Williams family practiced and set a stunning tennis dynasty in motion.
The movie was also nominated for Best Picture starring Best Actor nominee Will Smith as the patriarch of the legendary tennis sister act.
— IVY (@ivyparkspr) March 28, 2022
— Blk Girl Culture (@blkgirlculture) March 28, 2022
when beyoncé finish her performance them views are going to DROP pic.twitter.com/luIH70P1iq
— Beyzus⁴ ? (@virgobeyyyy) March 27, 2022
and Blue brought the choreography!
— ْ (@kaypatricktayo) March 28, 2022
Y’all better put Beyoncé whole performance on Twitter. No clips and bullshit. THE WHOLE PERFORMANCE!!!!!!
— Marcel Lamar (@littleone_cell) March 27, 2022
I like how Beyoncé is going first so we don’t have to watch the whole show if it is terrible.
— roxane gay (@rgay) March 28, 2022
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