12 Adorable Kids Who Joined Their Parents At The Grammys Last Night

Blue Ivy Carter stole the show multiple times at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.

But she wasn’t the only kid who enjoyed the festivities. In fact, many other artists brought their biggest little fans to the Grammys … and watched them totally slay the red carpet.

Here are eight photos of kids who got to stay up past their bedtimes to celebrate their parents Sunday night.

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    Frazer Harrison via Getty Images
    Thomas Wesley Pentz, aka Diplo, walked the red carpet with his sons, 6-year-old Lockett Major Wesley Pentz and 2-year-old Lazer Lee Louis Pentz.
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    Kevin Mazur via Getty Images
    Five-year-old Blue Ivy Carter paid tribute to Prince with her pink suit and ruffle blouse.
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    Steve Granitz via Getty Images
    James ‘Munky’ Shaffer of Korn and his wife, Evis X. Shaffer, brought their 4-year-old son D’Angelo Draxon Shaffer.
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    Steve Granitz via Getty Images
    DJ Khaled and his fiancée Nicole Tuck, brought their 3-month-old son, Asahd Tuck Khaled.
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    Alberto E. Rodriguez via Getty Images
    Schoolboy Q walked the red carpet with his 7-year-old daughter, Joy Hanley, who also rocked a pink suit.
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    Frazer Harrison via Getty Images
    Travis Barker attended the Grammys with his two kids, 13-year-old Landon Asher Barker and 11-year-old Alabama Luella Barker.
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    John Shearer via Getty Images
    French Montana brought his 7-year-old son, Kruz Kharbouch, to the Grammys.
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    Kevork Djansezian via Getty Images
    Accepting the award for Best Reggae Album, Ziggy Marley was joined onstage by three of his children, 11-year-old Judah, 10-year-old Gideon and 6-year-old Abraham.

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Caroline Bologna Parents Editor, The Huffington Post



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