Beyonce and Jay-Z's Daughter Blue Ivy Bid $19K at Weara

You may have already seen the adorable video clip of Blue Ivy proudly waving her bidding paddle, which Jay-Z playfully - but unsuccessfully - tries to wrestle away.

At the 2nd annual Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday the entire Knowles-Carter clan was on hand to celebrate Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's dedication to humanitarian work. Along with Beyoncé and Blue Ivy, were Jay Z, and Solange.

According to a report by Vanity Fair she lost the bidding war to Tyler Perry, who won the painting for $20,000.

Since the moment she was born, Blue Ivy has enjoyed a life of excess and this weekend was proof of that.

A giggling Blue Ivy raised her bidding paddle again and seemingly confirmed a desire to drop almost $20,000 on Anderson's "Young Sindey".

"I'm going to teach you now little girl, you're not going to get everything you want!" "I'm very happy and proud of you". Listen, you know Miss Tina [Knowles Lawson, Beyoncé's mother and co-host of the event] told me all this.

While accepting her award, the singer revealed she prefers to keep her charity work quiet because she thinks she should be doing more, and that giving is reward enough. Beyonce's musical proteges, Chloe and Halle, honored the pop star as well by performing a cover of her song, "I Was Here".

"My mother is a handsome human being".

Knowles Lawson and her husband, Richard Lawson, created the nonprofit WACO [Where Art Can Occur] Theater Center past year. She's a progressive woman, who was always strong. I didn't realize it was a cliche, but I worked really hard because of her saying.

  • Jacqueline Ellis