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Beyonce dedicates Survivor to Chelsea

Klaudia//November 2, 2013
Beyonce has reunited with her "Aussie angel". The American pop singer took time out from her tour to meet terminally ill cancer patient Chelsea James in Sydney.

The pair are old friends. Beyonce sang for Chelsea when she last played shows here in 2009. Chelsea, 15, is in palliative care in Newcastle.

The reunion was organised by Camp Quality and took place backstage at Allphones Arena on Thursday night.

"I was so excited to meet Beyonce again," Chelsea said. "Last time Beyonce sang to me on stage. This time ... I actually got to meet her backstage and talk to her and laugh with her, which was so cool. I'll never forget this."

"My beautiful angel!," Beyonce wrote in a message to Chelsea after their reunion. "You have no idea how happy you made me seeing you. I will see you the next time I'm in Australia."

In 2009, Beyonce singled out Chelsea, then 11, in the audience and sang her hit Halo, changing the words to, "Chelsea I can see your halo - I pray you won't fade away." The YouTube footage went viral and was picked up by talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres. At the time, Chelsea was given a one per cent chance of survival as she battled a rare form of cancer, a primitive neuroectodermal tumour. The teen recently relapsed for the 14th time.

During Thursday's concert, the singer dedicated her performance of Survivor to Chelsea. "This was such an emotional reunion between Chelsea and Beyonce," Donna James, Chelsea's mother, said.

Leukaemia survivor Bronte Horswood, 12, and nine-year-old cancer sufferer Andrea Al Zened also got to meet Beyonce.

Beyonce asks fans to support struggling Kiwi families

Klaudia//October 14, 2013
Beyonce fans are being asked to take donations of clothing to her Auckland concerts to support families in need.

Barnardos New Zealand is partnering with Beyonce's official global charity campaign, #BeyGood, to collect donations at her concerts.

The charity will host a donation centre at each concert, and fans are being asked to bring items of clothing to help Barnardos support children and families.

Barnardos chief executive Jeff Sanders said the charity was honoured by the opportunity to distribute the clothing to vulnerable families.

"We're proud that Beyonce is using her platform to share the positive impact Barnardos has on local communities. We're incredibly grateful for her support of Barnardos," Mr Sanders said.

Visitors to the Barnardos New Zealand mobile donation site will also have a chance to win surprise gifts from Beyonce including an official #BeyGood t-shirt, a personally autographed photo or a concert seat upgrade.

Beyonce's Mrs Carter Show is at Auckland's Vector Arena for four nights from October 16.

In related news, Beyonce will reportedly wear a new outfit designed by Dennis Kolpodinos starting Wednesday!

Beyonce Visits CUFA

Klaudia//September 9, 2013
Cufa - Central Ăšnica das Favelas received a very special and inspiring visitor yesterday.

Cufa a not-for-profit organization has a primary goal of providing positive opportunities and alternatives for at-risk youth from low income aka "ghetto" communities.

Billboard singer of the millennium and Ms. Independent woman herself, Beyonce paid a visit to the kids of Cufa yesterday!

The singer spent quality time at Cufa where she watched the institutional video, interacted with the youth and surely made many of her fan's dreams come true.

Following her visit came a surprise that made memories for a lifetime!

Beyonce teamed with CUFA and her charity organization to provide these youth an exclusive escorted participation to her concert in Fortaleza. Her production team provided transportation that picked up the youth from the Favela of Lagamar and took them to spend the entire day leading to the show with her and her production team.

They participated in all of the making-of pre-production and press interviews and later had the opportunity to watch the diva live in concert.

Beyoncé Helps Kid President With World Humanitarian Day

Klaudia//August 19, 2013
Beyoncé, Ambassador for #WHD2013, sits down with Kid President from SoulPancake to find out what the world needs more of. #theworldneedsmore #strength

The singer also posted about World Humanitarian Day on her Facebook page:

It's World Humanitarian Day!

What do you think the world needs more of?
@EylennAli thinks the world needs more LOVE

‪#‎TheWorldNeedsMore‬ and ‪#‎BeyGood‬ on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to share your answers or visit

Social media updates

Klaudia//August 17, 2013
As a part of The Throwback, Beyonce posted scans from Harper's Bazaar June 2004 issue on her Tumblr. She also added one new picture to her Instagram.

On her Facebook page, she posted about the Global Citizen Festival and World Humanitarian Day:

"Millions of Global Citizens are coming together demanding an end to extreme poverty.

On September 28th, 60,000 people are joining forces in NYC for the Global Citizen Festival. Together we can make a change!
Earn free tickets:"

"‪#‎BeyGood‬ on World Humanitarian Day 2013.
Share your Charitable stories over the weekend by #BeyGood on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Your story could be featured on Monday, Auguest 19! ‪#‎WHD2013‬"

Bey Inspired: Hannah

Klaudia//July 28, 2013

This is my girl Hannah!

I met Hannah when she was seven years old. Her unbelievable strength and positive energy instantly drew me in. Hannah has osteogenesis imperfecta, which is more commonly known as brittle bones. Although she faces many challenges every day, her spirit cannot be broken.

Now at 13, she is still a fighter, determined to enjoy life. She loves music, people, and dancing, and boy does she have moves!

She is a true inspiration!


If you would like to get involved in helping Hannah, please go to

To see photos of Beyonce and Hannah visit

The Mrs. Carter Show Tour in Philadelphia

Klaudia//July 26, 2013
Beyonce performs on her "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013" at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Thursday, July 25, 2013.

The singer updated her Tumblr with photos from Toronto and Boston and created a new section - The Throwback. On the BeyHive Blog, she updated the Hot Links page.

After her concert in Miami, Beyonce met with a girl diagnosed with Wilms' tumor through the Make A Wish foundation.

The Mrs. Carter Show Tour in Boston

Klaudia//July 24, 2013
Beyonce performs on her "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013", on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Before the concert, the singer posed for a photo backstage with survivors of the Boston bombing.

She also added one more tour date in Latin America:

September 22, 2013 — Estadio Atanasio Girardot — Medellin, Colombia

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Step Out in Support of Trayvon Martin

Klaudia//July 21, 2013
On Saturday, Beyoncé and Jay-Z attended a rally for Trayvon Martin in NYC, meeting up with the shooting victim's parents and showing their support for the family. The couple kept a low profile at the event, which Al Sharpton addressed when he spoke, saying, "Jay-Z and Beyoncé said they didn't want to speak, and they didn't come for a photo op." He did reference the couple's stance, though, adding, "Jay-Z told me, 'I'm a father. Beyoncé is a mother.' We all feel the pain and apprehension — the laws must protect everybody, or it doesn't protect anybody."

During the rally, Beyoncé posted a picture of bracelets in support of Martin with the caption "#actnow4Trayvon" and later took to her website to share a photo of her and Jay-Z with Martin's family. Her appearance at the rally isn't the first time the star spoke out on Martin's behalf, though — on Saturday, hours after the verdict was announced, Beyoncé held a moment of silence for Martin at her concert in Nashville, following it up with the chorus from "I Will Always Love You." #actnow 4Trayvon

Klaudia//July 20, 2013
August 28, 1955 - Emmett Till, 14, Money, Mississippi
February 26, 2012 - Trayvon Martin, 17, Sanford, Florida

We are still struggling with the issue of inequality and the lack of value for a black man’s life. Trayvon Martin’s most basic civil right, the right to live, was violated.

We have made so much progress and cannot allow hatred and racism to divide us. When we all join together, people of all races, we have the power to change the world we live in.

We must fight for Trayvon the same way the generation before us fought for Emmett Till.

I joined over 570,000 people in signing the petition below and hopefully you will, too.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.


New Posts On

Klaudia//June 6, 2013
Eli Paperboy Reed

Yes Eli! - Thank you for your voice - it's beautiful. -Beyoncé

The Sound of Change

Change is Gonna Come & At Last

It was an honor to be part of The Sound of Change. This begins the process of change for everyone.

150 countries around the world will air this concert to reach more than a billion people.

This is only the beginning.

Visit to see how you too can get involved.

Beyonce baffled by baby talk

Klaudia//June 3, 2013
The latest round of Beyonce baby rumors started weeks ago, and despite a denial from her music mogul husband, Jay-Z, the buzz continues. But is it time to finally put the baby talk to rest?

TODAY's Savanah Guthrie sat down with the superstar singer for an exclusive chat and gave her an opportunity to dispel the rumors that she's expecting.

Beyonce on The Andrew Marr Show

Klaudia//June 2, 2013
Eddie Mair has spoken to Beyonce, Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini and Salma Hayek about the Chime for Change concert that took place on Saturday night.

The concert aims to raise awareness of women's issues and raise money for 200 non-governmental organisations working across the world.

Beyonce said she was in 'disbelief' about some of the statistics and that she wanted to get people talking about it.

Salma Hayek told the Andrew Marr Show that she hoped that the Chime for Change movement would in future mean that there 'wasn't a single corner of the world where women didn't have access to human rights'.