Beyoncé and Jay-Z Made a Rare Appearance at the 2018 Grammys

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When we're lucky enough to be graced with Beyoncé and Jay-Z's presence, it's always a blessing. Like back in December when the duo posed in an elevator for the first time since that *infamous* incident, or when they attended the Clive Davis pre-grammy party on Saturday night. Tonight, the couple made a rare appearance at the 2018 Grammys, daughter Blue Ivy in tow, and looked incredible...as always.

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The power couple have kept a low profile since they welcomed twins Rumi and Sir Carter back in June 2017. Last year, six-year-old Blue Ivy Carter attended the Grammys and watched her mom perform from her dad Jay-Z's lap, while sitting next to her Aunt Solange.

At one point during tonight's ceremony, Blue (who obviously rules the roost in the Carter household) even told her applauding parents to calm down:

Though no twins, it's still an epic appearance for the superstar family. This year, Jay-Z leads the award show with eight Grammy nominations for his album, 4:44.

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Rachel Epstein

Rachel Epstein is an editor at Marie Claire, where she writes and edits culture, politics, and lifestyle stories ranging from op-eds to profiles to ambitious packages. She also manages the site’s virtual book club, #ReadWithMC. Offline, she’s likely watching a Heat game, finding a new coffee shop, or analyzing your cousin's birth chart—in no particular order.