Beyonce Makes Surprise Appearance, Performs at Blue’s Elementary School Benefit

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Beyoncé performs onstage during TIDAL X: 1020 Amplified by HTC at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 20, 2015 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for TIDAL

Mommy of the year! Beyoncé made a surprise appearance at a benefit event for Blue’s elementary school in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 5, showing off her dance moves and her vocal finesse for the parents, faculty and supporters in attendance.

The “Formation” singer, 34, donned a skintight, reflective tiger-print black-and-gold dress for the occasion, wearing her hair au naturel for her performance.

According to attendees, Beyoncé performed several songs, including “Crazy in Love,” “Halo” and a cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” for her set.

Beyoncé performing at an Elementary School Gala tonight in LA

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In several video clips shared on Instagram, Blue's momma can be seen stomping across the stage at the Shrine Auditorium with a whole slew of backup dancers.

Though Blue is still on the younger end of the schooling system — she’s just 4 years old — the tiny tot has already had her share of worldly experiences.

Earlier this month, Beyoncé shared some adorable photos of her daughter dancing with pal Chris Martin during the singers’ rehearsal for the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show back in February.

In the black-and-white photos, the Coldplay frontman, 39, can be seen twirling Blue, who’s wearing a tutu.

Another photo shows the mother-daughter duo holding hands and dancing in the rehearsal room, posted without a caption.

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