Beyonce and Jay-Z left fans sobbing this evening during their performance at the London Stadium after dedicating a song to victims of the Grenfell blaze.
The superstars sang Forever Young in tribute of the 72 residents who died in the burning tower. Yesterday marked the year anniversary of the tragedy.
Both also wore green heart badges they had been sent by the Justice4Grenfell campaign during their On The Run II Tour concert.
In a clip filmed by Nimesh Joshi, Beyonce told the packed stadium that they would be dedicating the next song to the victims of the Grenfell fire, adding: "God bless you."
The 36-year-old sung the song which was echoed by her amazed audience.
Her fans flocked to Twitter to gush about the heartfelt moment and said they had cried during the tribute.
One tweeted: "Beyoncé and Jay Z just dedicated London’s #OTRII to the victims of Grenfell. We all sobbed."
While another commented: I was alright until Beyonce and Jay sang Forever Young in tribute to Grenfell and then I lost my s***."
A third remarked: "Beyoncé dedicated Forever Young to the victims of Grenfell Tower during her show at London Stadium tonight. Say their names. Remember them. This should have never been allowed to happen. We must not ever forget #GrenfellTower #OTRII."
"Grateful for Beyonce and Jay Z for honouring Grenfell," one tweeted.
Another wrote: "I was peacefully working at Beyoncé and Jay-Z until they dedicated their encore song to Grenfell and then my heart broke ❤️ #JusticeForGrenfell."
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