Beyonce is more than just an iconic singer now in the minds of a group of young girls. She hung out with the young ladies in her mother’s mentorship group, and Tina’s Angels will never forget it.
Nickamed, Tina’s Angels, the group was honored to be accompanied by Beyonce. Saturday, they all took a trip to a Los Angeles performance at an Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. She was there to lend support to the mentoring group, started by Tina Knowles, Beyonce’s mother.
Tina gave much praise to her daughter for taking time out of her busy life to attend the event with the girls. Bee even posed for pictures with the Angels.
“Backstage after the Alvin Ailey dancers performance it was magnificent,” Tina captioned an Instagram photo. “With my beautiful Tina’s Angels and with a few of the mentors. My very gracious daughter who met the girls and spent some time with them and made their day!”
The “Sorry” singer — who is pregnant with twins — and Tina’s Angels posed for another photo with the dancers in the performance as well.
Beyoncé’s mother created Tina’s Angels with her non-profit organization WACO Theater Center, which she runs with her husband Richard Lawson.
Knowles and Lawson founded the WACO Theater Center earlier this year to provide people with the opportunity to build their performing skills and pursue careers within the entertainment industry, regardless of their background. WACO stands for “Where Art Can Occur.”
It’s the latest public appearance by Beyoncé since she announced her pregnancy last month. The pop star, who is married to hip-hop mogul Jay Z, performed at the Grammys several weeks ago, where she debuted her burgeoning baby bump in person for the first time.
She recently canceled her performances at next month’s Coachella Music Festival as she nears the births of her second and third children, though she vowed to perform at the Indio, Calif., event next year instead.