Most children tend to pick up the dance moves from their fave TV shows, but it seems like Beyonce's little one Blue Ivy has gone one better, by copying her mum's infamous hand gesture to smash hit 'Single Ladies.'
According to The Sun, the toddler has Bey's signature dance moves down to a tee and it's all thanks to a Chipmunks animation!
Happy families! Beyone & Jay-Z take Blue Ivy on holiday (Photo: Splash News)
So, although Beyonce hasn't been making Blue Ivy dress out in the same scantily clad costumes that her mum tends to wear on stage, it seems like the little one has managed to pick up the moves from else where.
Before Sunday night's Super Bowl (Feb 3), Beyoncé explained that Blue had picked up the legendary Single Ladies hand movement and the ‘uh oh’ singing at an early age.
She said: “There are a lot of kids now who know the song was on the Chipmunks series.
“All of the kids are like, ‘Oh, that’s the Chipmunk song!’ which is so interesting."
“My daughter actually does the hand movement and sings, ‘Uh oh'."
Beyonce reveals Blue Ivy knows the Single Ladies dance routine ALREADY! (Photo: Splash News)
A high-pitched version of 'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)' appears in 'Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel' from a few years back, with the animated animals pulling the hand-wave.
Let's just hope Blue Ivy stays away from learning any of Daddy Jay-Z's lyrics...for now anyway!