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2 November 2012, 10:08
The 'Crazy In Love' star's hit singles will be performed by a host of stars in new York.
Beyonce is set to be honoured By Broadway with a new tribute concert.
The Destiny's Child star is the latest singer after the likes of Adele and Michael Jackson to receive the same honour as New York is set to host Broadway Sings Beyonce.
The one night only event will see the stars of Broadway performing her tracks, including the likes of Bring It On star Jason Gotay, Jersey Boys' Russell Fischer and Kristine Reese from Mama Mia taking to the stage.
The event will be orchestrated by Joshua Stephen Kartes who was also the main behind the musical direction of Broadway Sings Adele and takes place at (Le) Poisson Rouge in the West Village in New York on 3rd December.
Meanwhile, Beyonce is also currently rumoured to be working hard on her new studio album and has been pictured alongside Miguel with reports of a possible collaboration between the artists.
The singer has also been seen most recently lending her support to US President Barack Obama as the American leader prepares for next week's elections.
After she was pictured wearing a set of Obama earrings, the accessory saw a huge sales surge as fans looked to follow suit with the unique jewelry.
Her and husband Jay-Z also hosted a charity fundraiser for his re-election campaign back in September where they raised $4million.