Beyoncé pays tribute to Paul Walker at LA concert

By Drum Digital
05 December 2013

Beyonce reduced her fans to tears as she dedicated two songs to actor Paul Walker who died in a car crash last Saturday (30.11.13) in Santa Clarita, California.

Beyoncé paid tribute to late actor Paul Walker during her concert at the Los Angeles Staples Center last night. (03.12.13)

The 31-year-old singer reduced some fans to tears as she dedicated two emotional songs to the 'Fast and Furious' actor, who died in a car crash in Santa Clarita, California, last Saturday (30.11.13).

Beyoncé sang a rendition of Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love you' and her own hit single 'Halo' in front of a star-studded crowd which included Khloe Kardashian and Kelly Osbourne. The R&B superstar was met with cheers as she said: "I dedicate these songs to Paul Walker." Fans quickly took to Twitter to express their emotions after the performance, one user Tayler Wilson tweeted: "When @Beyoncé sang Whitney Houston I will always love you and dedicated it to Paul walker... I cried. That woman sings like no other (sic)" Twitter user Jazmyne Flores added: "Legit crying bc everyone's singing Halo at the top of their lungs and Beyoncé dedicated it to Paul walker (sic)"

A private family memorial service for Paul, 40, and his friend Roger Rodas - who had been driving the vehicle when it hit a pole - was held at the site of the crash on Monday (02.12.13).

-Bang Showbiz

Find Love!