Beyoncé and her 6-year-old daughter Blue Ivy made a strong impression at Saturday night's Wearable Art Gala. The second annual event was hosted by the WACO Theater Center, co-founded by Bey's mother Tina Knowles and her husband Richard Lawson. The night's theme, #WACOtoWakanda, was inspired by Marvel's Black Panther, and inspired two matching gold gowns from Bey and Blue. Blue also rocked a flashy gold headpiece, which she seemed pretty excited about.

Later, Blue Ivy was actually placing bids on some of the items, to the point that Jay-Z jokingly grabbed her sign to prevent her from hiking up the price. Tyler Perry eventually outbid her $19,000 bid on a Sidney Poitier painting at $20k.


Beyoncé was presented with the Humanitarian Award for "providing support to numerous relief efforts throughout the world," according to The Mirror.


Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter, who has been featured on songs from The Black Album and 4:44, was honored with the very first Everyday People award.

Michelle Obama also made an appearance, congratulating Beyoncé on her award, while Blue wrote out a cute note to both her mom and grandmother to celebrate their honors.

Watch some clips from the event above.

Beyoncé recently created a frenzy when she and Jay-Z announced their On The Run II tour. When the tickets went on sales, some users experienced a crash on the Ticketmaster site, which led to panic and some hilarious memes on Twitter. The tour kicks of June 6th in Cardiff. Hopefully you were lucky enough to score tickets. View the full list of dates here.