Beyonce had another fun fan encounter during the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour at her stop in Adelaide, Australia on Nov. 5.
Wearing a sparkly blue jumpsuit, Beyonce sang her 2006 hit Irreplaceable and shook the hands of many of her fans as she walked by them. Eventually, Mrs. Carter went up to one fan who was using FaceTime, an iPhone application which allows two people to video chat.
"This is a first. He's doing FaceTime right now," she said after she grabbed the fan's phone to talk to the person on the other line. "Nice to meet you."
In October, Beyonce also took a picture with an Australian fan during her show at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne Park. The teenage girl posted the photo on her own Tumblr page with the caption, "So um Beyonce posed for my selfie." Following her post, a person asked her about the experience.
"I dont even know it was such a blur i just remember her bending down to me and my friend and i just turned for the photo and wowoowow it was the best moment ever like she posed its crazy i wasnt even expecting her to look at my phone or notice me in the crowd," Beyonce's 15-year-old fan replied.
During a stop on her tour in July, Beyonce grabbed the hand of a fan who was in the front row while she was again performing Irreplaceable. In reaction to her grip, the male fan began shaking uncontrollably. Beyonce then stopped singing so she can give a hug to the die-hard fan. It seems the moment was too much for the fan to take since he appeared to faint right after.
At the Atlanta, Ga. stop on her tour the same month, the superstar asked her fans to help her sing the aforementioned hit. She gave the microphone to several fans so they can chime in. One fan, however, wasn't ready to sing along when Beyonce asked him to because he was recording the moment with his cellphone.
"See, you can't even sing because you're too busy taping," she joked in the fan-made video. "I'm right in your face baby, you have to seize this moment. Put that damn camera down."