When closing out her Friday tour stop at the AcerArena in Sydney, Australia, Beyoncé dedicated hersong "Halo" to a young girl battling leukemia.
For the first run through of the song that pays homage to apersonal hero, Beyoncé acknowledged Michael Jackson, as shehas done at previous concerts.
Afterwards, Beyoncé invited a young girl named Chelsea on stage, kneltbeside her and asked if it was okay to sing her a song.Halo" while hugging Chelsea, and looked her eyes as she sang "I got my angelnow," before resting her head on Chelsea'schest. She also added the child's name to the lyric, "[Chelsea] I can see your halo, you know you'remy saving grace."
"There was not a dry eye in the house," Sydney's TheDaily Telegraph reported about the 14,000 member audience.
Last week, Beyoncé also earned good girl stripes at the MTVMusic Video Awards when she helped Taylor Swift recover fromher run-in with Kanye Westwho interrupted her Best Female Video acceptance speech to say the honor wasowed to Beyoncé.
The Kanye outburst left a shocked and embarrassed Taylor on stage at a lossfor words. When Beyoncé received the Best Video trophy at the end of the night,she had her own "Halo" moment.
Taylorjoined Beyoncé on stage, and gave her a hug, before offering her second run atof acceptance speech.
Good job Beyoncé.