With the helps of Make-A-Wish Foundation, a girl with inoperable brain tumor named Taylon can make her dying wish to dance with the superstar come true.
Beyonce Knowles teamed up with Make-A-Wish Foundation to make a terminally ill girl's wish come true at her recent Las Vegas concert. The girl named Taylon has an inoperable brain tumor and has a dying wish to meet and dance with the former Destiny's Child member.
The unforgettable moment for Taylon was documented in a video. The ailing girl arrived at Bey's concert in a wheelchair. She was super excited when her idol appeared onstage. She then shed tears of joy when the star approached her and gave her a warm kiss and hug.
Beyonce later asked Taylon to sing with her. They sang "Survivor" together and danced to the song. At the end of the song, Beyonce gave Taylon another hug.
Beyonce closed out the North American leg of her "Mrs. Carter" world tour last week. She will continue the tour in Europe next year.
In other news, the 32-year-old entertainer has unwrapped present for her fans with the third part of her "Self-Titled" documentary series entitled "Run 'N Gun." In the five-minute clip, she reveals that she recorded 80 songs for her newly released self-titled visual album "Beyonce".
She also talks about "Drunk In Love". She says the track was recorded when she was in the studio with husband Jay-Z and producers Detail and Timbaland. "It wasn't about any ego. We weren't trying to make a hit record, we were just trying to have fun," she explains.
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