Beyoncé recently shared a video entitled The Mrs Carter Carter Show, Bey Good! on her Tumblr site.
The feel-good clip shows the world-famous singer meeting her special fans in backstage meet and greets at her tour shows.
Many of the fans featured suffer from life-threatening or debilitating conditions.
At one point, the video segues a scene of Beyoncé in concert flying courtesy of a high-wire over an audience, before switching to a trio of young friends.
One of the fans turns to the camera and says, “She motivates us to be good, to come together – different races, different people.”
From there, the video becomes a montage of Beyoncé meeting fans intercut with up-close shots of people enjoying her The Mrs Carter Show World Tour.
In one scene, the “Halo” star is seen meeting a young cancer sufferer and other fans confined to wheelchairs.
To a one, the reactions of fans range from tears, to hysterical screaming, spontaneous hugging, as the mix of genders and ages tell the mother-of-one they love her.
One young girl told the Houston native, “You’re my hero, I love you,” before hugging the singer.
A visibly emotional Bey replies, “Thank you! You’re gonna make me cry.”
Throughout the video, the Grammy award winning singer is seen having big fun with her devoted and age-spanning fan base — sometimes pulling faces fans, sometimes dancing, sometimes high fiving — and it seems, always smiling.
In one touching scene, the reigning queen of R&B hugged a little girl and told her, “You inspire me.” Another scene revealed Beyoncé placing her hand on the belly of a pregnant woman before blowing the unborn baby a kiss.
The video ends with the global icon yelling, “Showtime!”
The hitmaker was last seen on Sunday night attending at post-MTV Video Music Awards party with her husband, rapper Jay Z, and friends such as Rita Ora, Justin Timberlake, and Rihanna.
At the event, Beyoncé was nominated for Best Video With A Social Message for I Was Here, but lost to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis who won with their track featuring Mary Lambert, Same Love.
The singer has been on a break from tour since headlining at the UK’s V Festival last weekend.
She returns to the stage on August 31 in Philadelphia before kicking off the Latin America leg of her trek on September 8.
[Images via YouTube and Parkwood Entertainment]