Beyoncé Dedicates Heartbreaking Performance To Paul Walker, SHOPS IT UP At Barneys With Jay Z + Grabs Vegan Lunch With Jigga [PHOTOS + VIDEO]
Beyonce Knowles is the latest celebrity to pay homage to Paul Walker, who died in a violent car accident on Saturday (Nov.30) in Southern California.
On Tuesday night, the 32-year-old singer dedicated her finale performance of "Halo" and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" to the late Fast & Furious beloved star during her Mrs. Carter World Tour stop at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Many fans were brought to tears by Mrs. Carter's heartbreaking performance and even took to Twitter to applaud the singer on her performance that will be iconic in their hearts forever.
However, this isn't the first time the Grammy award-winning singer has dedicated Whitney's song to someone special. Back in July, she closed out her Nashville concert with an homage to Trayvon Martin shortly after the teen's accused killer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted by a Florida jury.
CELEBRITIES ARRIVING TO BEYONCE'S CONCERT IN L.A:
AND SOME FRONT STAGE GROUPIE REALNESS:
The Carters was spotted leaving the extremely popular restaurant (known for celebrity clients like Ariana Grande & Ann Hathaway) on Wednesday.
According to TMZ, Beyonce ordered a variety of vegan dishes including steamed vegetables, hot soups, and drinks made of apples, lemon, beets, and ginger.
The couple also ordered several side dishes including marinated kale salad, Indian curried lentils and corn tacos with chipotle butternut squash.
Plus, you can check off Beyonce's Mrs. Carter World Tour coming to an end on the 22nd of this month as she recently extended the tour into 2014:
This is why her tour should never come to a stop:
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