Beyonce pays tribute to late fan

London: Pop star Beyonce paid reverence to her super fan Chelsea Lee James after she died from cancer last week.

The `Drunk in Love` singer sent James` family a handwritten note and bouquet of 90 white roses after the 15-year-old died in Australia, reported Contactmusic.

The family mourning the loss of their teenager posted a picture on Facebook of Beyonce`s gift, showing the huge bunch of flowers with a handwritten letter attached.

"Donna, love and prayers to you and your family. Chelsea was a beautiful girl and I am so happy I was able to meet her. She touched my heart and I will never forget her," the note read.

Beyonce also sang to Chelsea, who suffered from the illness for over a decade, during her 2009 concert in Sydney, where she dedicated the song `Halo` to her.

"Chelsea I can see your halo, I pray it won`t fade away," the 32-year-old sang.

The duo met again during her `Mrs Carter Show` in November last year after the children`s cancer charity Camp Quality organised a reunion backstage.

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