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Beyoncé Sings At U.N.

Last week, pop songstress Beyoncé met Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and performed at the U.N.’s General Assembly Hall, filming a music video for the ballad “I Was Here” that will be released Sunday as part of World Humanitarian Day celebrations. What do you think?

  • “Wow. I can’t believe she got to meet Ban Ki-moon!”

    Lawrence Dalsgaard Rack Loader
  • “Finally, a serious solution to some real-world problems.”

    Linda Menges X-Ray Technician
  • “I thought she’d never make a comeback after she left Destiny’s Child. Way to go, Beyoncé!”

    Naveen Sunderaju Deckhand

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