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Blue Ivy inherited her parents’ taste for the finer things in life.

This past Saturday, the 10-year-old Grammy winner accompanied her parents, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, to the Wearable Art Gala, where luxury art was auctioned off to different stars and supporters.

During one memorable moment in the evening, a pair of diamond Lorraine Schwartz earrings were placed for auction. Abbott Elementary star and creator Quinta Brunson held the lead on the auction. She later posted a video of her near-triumphant bid to Instagram.

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In the clip, host Keke Palmer can be heard saying, “$80,000, y’all going to let her take it? $80,000, going once. $80,000, going twice and—.”

At that moment, Blue stands up and waves her panel, effectively confirming her $80,000 bid. In response, Brunson screams at the young singer’s unexpected bid. “Blue! She’s so rich,” the comedian jokes.

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Ultimately, the Lorraine Schwartz earrings went to Monique Rodriguez, the founder of Mielle Organics, who paid $105,000 for the diamonds.

Still, this wasn’t Blue’s first rodeo. According to Vanity Fair, she previously placed and won her $10,000 bid at the 2018 gala, taking home a 36″ x 36″ piece of art made from deconstructed Indiana law books and California medical books by artist Samuel Levi Jones.

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This weekend’s gala also marked a rare public date night for Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who were supporting Tina Knowles-Lawson and Richard Lawson’s partnership with the WACO Theater Center. This year’s theme celebrated the fashion of 1920s–1950s Harlem, and Bey’s elegant look combined pinup glamour with a subtle Texas twang.

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.