Beyonce melts as Blue Ivy sings

Last updated 17:44 10/03/2014
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Little Blue Ivy has music flowing through her veins. As the very cute offspring of powerhouse parents Beyonce and Jay Z, it seemed only natural the toddler's musical debut would come early. 

In a newly-released Grammys rehearsal video for Beyonce's chart-topping hit Drunk In Love, Blue chimes in by singing the word "surfboart" and telling her mum she loves her. The singer visibly melts when she hears the little girl's voice. 

It's enough to make you weep - as much for the child's sweetness, as the sad fact Beyonce will never be your mother.

It isn't clear whether Blue Ivy was song-crashing from the sound booth or whether the singing was pre-recorded. Either way, it's probably the cutest thing you'll hear today:

-Daily Life

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