Christmas season is an emotional one, a time during which those warm-fuzzy feelings flow as freely as mugs of hot chocolate. As if those tear-inducing movies and commercials weren’t enough, every now and then a feel-good holiday surprise will spread through the TV screen’s cracks. This year, it was none other than Miss Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter who made us all weep like little babies over the already-abundant holiday cheer.
At Beyoncé’s Christmas Eve concert in Las Vegas, the superstar songstress, in part with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, arranged to fulfill the dream of Taylon Davis, a 12-year-old with an inoperable brain tumor: to dance with Queen B herself. And that’s exactly what she did. During the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour performence, Beyoncé invited Taylon and her mother, Marie, onstage to sing "Survivor." The results, we assure you, are unbelievably moving.
Watch Beyoncé’s special moment with Taylon below—just make sure to have tissues at the ready.