Beyoncé Performs ‘Be Alive’ From King Richard At The Oscars

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 Beyoncé Performs ‘Be Alive’ From King Richard At The Oscars

The Oscars started out with a bang, as Beyonce kicked off the show.

Beyoncé, who wrote and produced the King Richard ballad “Be Alive” with Dixson, opened the 94th Academy Awards performing the song on a tennis court, in honor of the court that Serena and Venus Williams trained at as kids.

The famous tennis stars introduced Beyonce.

The singer’s oldest daughter Blue Ivy was also featured in the performance.

Watch footage of the performance below.

 

Authored by: Kellie Williams