Beyoncé Honors Late Fan, Sends Handwritten Note to Grieving Family
Cue the tears.
Beyoncé has proven, yet again, just how amazing she is, sending flowers and a handwritten note to the grieving family of a fan who lost her battle to cancer last week.
In 2009, Bey famously brought Chelsea Lee James on stage during a concert in Sydney, dedicating "Halo" to the little girl who battled cancer for more than 10 years.
She sang, "Chelsea I can see your halo, I pray it won't fade away," as tears filled Chelsea's eyes.
After Bey heard about Chelsea's passing, she made sure to continue honoring the young girl, sending a bouquet of 90 white roses and a handwritten note to the grieving family.
Beyoncé and Chelsea most recently reunited backstage at Bey's Mrs. Carter Show in November after the children's Cancer charity Camp Quality organized a meeting.
Of course, Queen B made sure to shout out to her friend while singing "Survivor."
Our thoughts are with the James family as they endure this difficult time.