Beyoncé Makes Kevin Hart Squeal with EXCITEMENT! in his own words, She threw me a towel and I fainted.”During Concert

 

Kevin Hart, Beyonce

It looks like we have just located Beyoncé‘s No. 1 fan. None other than Kevin Hart!

That’s certainly the impression the comedian gave while watching the singer perform at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

 

The BeyHive just got a new fan. Beyonce‘s amazing live show in Los Angeles last night (Dec. 3) wowed comedian Kevin Hart so much that he fainted — well, in his mind at least.

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The BeyHive just got a new fan. Beyonce‘s amazing live show in Los Angeles last night (Dec. 3) wowed comedian Kevin Hart so much that he fainted — well, in his mind at least.

Read More: Beyonce Makes Kevin Hart ‘Faint’ During Los Angeles Concert | http://theboombox.com/beyonce-kevin-hart-faint-los-angeles-concert/?trackback=tsmclip

As seen in several photos Beyoncé posted on Tumblr, as well as in a YouTube video, Hart simply couldn’t contain his excitement as he stood in the front row alongside Christina Milian.

 

Kevin Hart, Beyonce

After the show, Hart continued to express his joy in a series of tweets including “Beyonce is Pound 4 Pound the best performer in the business, she put on a phenomenal show last night! She threw me a towel and I fainted.”

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Meanwhile, near the end of the concert, Beyoncé took a moment to acknowledge the passing of actor Paul Walker.

“I dedicate this song to Paul Walker,” she said, before belting out “I Will Always Love You.”

 

 

She followed that up with her hit ballad, “Halo.”

Several fans later tweeted about the dedication, including one who wrote, “When @Beyonce sang Whitney Houston I will always love you and dedicated it to Paul walker…I cried. That woman sings like no other.”

 

 

 

“I Will Always Love You” to Paul Walker

 

 

Surfer dies after arm bitten off in Australia shark attack

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A father-of-two has been killed in a shark attack in Western Australia.

Chris Boyd, 35, originally from Queensland, was killed instantly when he was attacked by a great white shark while surfing at popular break spot “Umbies”, off Gracetown, 270km (167 miles) south of Perth, at about 9am local time on Saturday morning.

Onlookers reported seeing a fellow surfer drag Mr Boyd onto his board, saying the victim was missing his left arm and part of his right leg.

The shark attempted an attack on another surfer’s board before mauling Mr Boyd. According to the Daily Telegraph, Acting Sergeant Norm Giocas of Margaret River police said: “From what we understand, the shark bounced off the surfboard of one surfer before attacking the other.”

According to the Australian, beaches in the area remain closed as a catch and kill order is carried out on the shark.

The paper reports that on Sunday morning two fisheries boats, surf life saving helicopters, officers from the Department of Parks and Wildlife, and police resumed the hunt for the shark.

Beaches along an eight kilometre stretch from Umbies to South Point remain closed while the search continues.

The attack occurred just as some of the world’s best chefs gathered in WA for a tourism event. In fact, Heston Blumenthal was surfing in waters near the shark attack site on Friday.

Marine scientists have described Australia’s west coast as the deadliest shark attack zone in the world.

Gracetown, Western Australia’s top surfing and wine-making spot, alone has seen three fatal attacks in the last decade, reports the Daily Mail.