46th NAACP Image Awards Presented By TV One - Portraits
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Guys, Quvenzhané Wallis is only 13 years old, and we need to talk about the fact that she’s already a fashion icon. The actress, whose voice will next appear on the big screen in Trolls this fall, joined Beyoncé on the red carpet for the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. At the event, Queen Bey was up for 11 awards (for her iconic visual album, Lemonade) and she graciously decided to share her moment on the red carpet with many of the ladies who appeared in the HBO special back in April.

Aside from Wallis, Bey was joined by fellow Lemonade ladies Chloe and Halle Bailey, Ava Clarke, Winnie Harlow, Trayvon Martin’s mother (Sybrina Fulton), Michael Brown’s mother (Lezley McSpadden), and Oscar Grant’s mother (Wanda Johnson). It was a powerful show of feminism for all the ladies involved, and especially for Wallis, who was one of the youngest girl bosses in the stunning group.

Wallis even tweeted her joyful reaction to Bey’s 15-minute Lemonade performance, having the same reaction we all did when she took the stage.

All the Lemonade ladies looked gorgeous on the carpet, but we couldn’t help noticing that Quvenzhané looked just like a mini Beyoncé in her white, lacy dress – and we’re obsessed. This little lady has all the makings for a future in slaydom…

Queen Qué, anyone? Check out their adorably #twinning looks.

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‘Cause a winner don’t quit on themselves.

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You go, ladies.