Warning: You will need tissues to watch this Beyoncé video.
Queen Bey proves once more why she deserves to wear that "Halo" as she fulfills the dying wish of a 12-year-old girl with an inoperable brain tumor.
Taylon Davis's last wish made through the Make-a-Wish Foundation was to dance with Beyoncé. And that wish was granted on Dec. 6 during a show in Las Vegas on the "Mrs. Carter" tour.
"I am having so much fun, I can't wait to see Beyoncé," the inspiring youngster says from the front row to the camera before the show was to begin. Her excitement is palpable as she dances in her wheelchair along with the rest of her family.
The next thing you see is the singer herself, swinging towards Taylon and stepping off stage to give her a hug and say hello. And then she goes and busts into "Survivor," as the pair of them dance and beam at each other.
When Beyoncé returns to the stage, Taylon and her mother exchange happy tears and declarations of love that will be sure to melt your heart.
Beyoncé is often appreciated for her charity work and social contributions, and was ranked third on DoSomething.org's list of the biggest "Celebs Gone Good" for 2013.