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Watch Beyoncé Grant A Girl's Dying Wish At Her Concert

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Do you have a box of tissues next to you? Good, now let's begin.

In flawless fashion, Beyoncé made 12-year-old Taylon Davis' dying wish come true at her Las Vegas "Mrs. Carter Show" concert earlier this month. A video of the event was posted on Queen Bey's YouTube page on Christmas Eve, showing her ziplining down to Davis to sing and dance with her.

"They found an inoperable tumor on her brain, and her dying wish was to dance with Beyoncé," Ivy McGregor of Philanthropy Program Partnerships says about Davis in the video.

The pop diva swooped down like an angel in a glittering blue jumpsuit and sang Destiny's Child hit "Survivor" and "Love on Top" with the crying fan. She hugged and kissed the girl in the moving video. Make-A-Wish foundation had sent Davis and her mother to Las Vegas to attend the concert.

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Beyoncé has been spreading her angel wings lately as she also made a blind girl's wish come true during her concert in Australia in November, singing a duet of "Irreplaceable" with her, according to NY Daily News.

Aren't you glad you have those tissues handy?

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