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Beyoncé pays tribute to Paul Walker at LA concert

2013-12-05 09:47
Los Angeles – Beyoncé paid tribute to late actor Paul Walker during her concert at the Los Angeles Staples Centre on Tuesday.

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, on Saturday.

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 @Beyonce 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 Beyonce 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.

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