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By Maria Puente
Beyoncé really is like a queen: She can grant a child's last wish.
Earlier this month, she did it for Taylon Davis, a 12-year-old with an inoperable brain tumor, whose last wish was to dance with Queen Bey. The Make-a-Wish Foundation, which specializes in this sort of thing, swung into action with B's people.
On Dec. 6, at one of B's Mrs. Carter tour concerts in Las Vegas, Taylon got her wish, documented on a video posted to Beyoncé's YouTube page.
Looking thrilled, Taylon is rolled in her wheelchair to a special spot in front of the stage. "I am having so much fun, I can't wait to see Beyoncé," she tells the camera, already dancing in her chair.
Then suddenly, Beyoncé floats down onto the stage on an aerial hoist, as Taylon wiggles in her chair with excitement. Next, the singer sweeps downs from the stage to embrace Taylon and they duet on Love on Top. Then Taylon rises from her chair to dance as Beyoncé launches into the Destiny's Child anthem Survivor.
Afterwards, the child dissolves into happy tears as her mother, Marie, embraces her.
Can't get much better. Watch the video (it's already got 275,000 views) and get out your handkerchief, because you'll need it.