Be Alive: Beyoncé and 10-year-old Blue Ivy opened spectacularly on Oscar night

The ceremony “opened” with an explosive performance by Beyonce, which was done via live stream.

The 94th award ceremony Oscar was commented by many as uncomfortable and even indifferent. Nevertheless, the ceremony opened with an explosive performance by Beyoncéwhich was done via live stream.

THE Queen Bey She won the awards with her daughter, a group of dancers and a multi-member orchestra, all dressed in neon lime – even cellos and violins were painted in matching yellow-green. Color was a reference in his film Will Smith, King Richard. The star sang it “Be Alive”for which she was also nominated for an Oscar.

Her bright green, off shoulder dress had an asymmetrical line, fea thers at chest height and the designer’s signature David Koma

. She combined it with a diamond garter and glittering jewelry worn over her long gloves. She was then photographed for the night wearing yellow Valentino Couture gown.

Smith told EW he was excited about their collaboration: “Marrying a movie and a song is a kind of magic that has no equivalent in entertainment. “I was so happy when Beyonce called.”

Yesterday was not Beyoncé’s first appearance at the Oscars. In 2005 he sang “Learn to Be Lonely” from The Phantom of the Opera. Then, in 2007, Beyoncé took the stage with Jennifer Hudson and Anika Noni Rose in a medley from “Dreamgirls”. In 2009 he sang with Hugh Jackman a mix of musical selections.

As unbelievable as it may seem, this was her first Oscar nomination. Certainly not the last. See the full performance below:

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