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Beyonce’s Daughter Blue Ivy Steals The Spotlight As The Pair Snap Selfies At NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles

Beyoncé and her baby girl were having a ball at Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

The 36-year-old music legend made it a family affair at the game at the Staples Center.

Her six-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, mother Tina Lawson and her stepfather Richard Lawson were all seen enjoying the game.

The ‘Formation’ hitmaker opted for the casual chic look in a brown hoodie and long yellow skirt.

Beyoncé completed her look with see-through high heels and accessorized with super cool micro-sunglasses.

Her trademark browny-blonde hair were held in loose waves down her back.

Blue looked adorable in distressed blue jeans, black leather jacket and sunglasses.

The little lady held a blue patent leather purse in her lap, while mom held onto a larger silver backpack belonging to her daughter.

Blue’s hair was worn in several cute long braids, while sitting between her mom and grandmother.

Queen Bey’s mom Tina looked typically stylish in an all-black ensemble and added a pop of color with bright red lipstick.

Both Blue’s mom and grandmother doted on her during the game.

The oldest child of Beyonce and Jay-Z ate some fries and later shared a selfie with her superstar mom.

Fergie, 42, kicked things off with a divisive version of The Star-Spangled Banner.

She wore a tight black lacy dress while delivering a rather odd rendition of the patriotic song.

‘Let’s play some basketball!,’ Fergie shouted after finishing the song.

There was a strong celebrity turnout for the 2018 NBA All-Star Game – which was held at Staples Center for the first time since 2011.

Lou Adler, Jack Nicholson and Arnold Schwarzenegger were seen in the front row.

Queen Latifah and Ludacris also performed onstage as part of the festivities.

Adam Devine and Kevin Hart also joined Latifah during the pre-game introductions.

Jamie Foxx also took to the stage to perform with Kevin.

Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook was spotted greeting Lakers fan Nicholson and singer Common before the game.

Director Spike Lee sat near chat show host Jimmy Kimmel as they watched the action.

The 67th version of the All-Star Game featured teams picked by captains LeBron James and Stephen Curry.

LeBron started his 14th straight NBA All-Star Game, breaking a tie with Bob Cousy for the longest streak in league history.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star is one behind Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant for the most overall All-Star appearances.

LeBron picked After-School All-Stars Los Angeles as his team’s charity for the game, while Stephen selected Brotherhood Crusade.

The NBA will donate $350,000 to the winning team’s selected charity and $150,000 to the losing team’s charity.

LeBron’s team won 148-145.

Spotted at the game were Dave Chappelle, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Chance The Rapper and actress Issa Rae.

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