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Beyoncé surprised one very lucky fan during the Birmingham stop of her Mrs. Carter World Tour.

The singer stopped her concert at the LG Arena after seeing a fan, Shehnaz Khan, in the crowd hold up a sign saying that it was her birthday.

"You got the sign and everything, what's your name? And how do you spell it?" Bey asked while onstage.

Queen Bey then came down into the crowd and held Shehnaz's hand while singing a soulful rendition of "Happy Birthday."

"I was wearing a birthday badge which she noticed early on in the show, she kind of nodded in acknowledgement. I've been to quite a few of her gigs. But I can't believe she stopped the show for me," the birthday girl, who turned 22 on the day of the concert, told the Birmingham Mail.

"I really wanted her to sing to me, but I can't believe she did it!"

She added, "I was leaning over the barrier holding her hand and not realizing the camera in my other hand was recording, everyone around me was going crazy."

Shehnaz recorded the entire thing on her iPhone and even captured the moment where Bey kissed her hand at the very end of the song. Aww!

According to Shehnaz, Bey's management also upgraded her to sit in the VIP area along with five of her friends.

Now that sounds like a birthday she'll never forget!

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