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24 December 2012, 09:45 | Updated: 24 December 2012, 10:09
The A list stars team-up for a new campaign video following the Connecticut school shooting.
Beyonce can be seen among a host of celebrity stars calling for an end to gun violence in the US following the recent Connecticut school shooting.
The tragedy in Newtown saw 20 children lose their lives in what has been described as one of the worst shootings in US history.
US President Barack Obama has since promised to use "whatever power" he can against gun violence.
Stars from across the music world immediately took to their Twitter accounts following the news in Sandy Hook - including Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars and Rihanna.
"These poor victims!! Just little angels!! Pray for their families and the victims still fighting for their ," the Bajan star tweeted. "God have mercy!!!! No one deserves this! Praying for the families of the victims of the Connecticut shooting!! What a Christmas it will be."
Watch the public service announcement for DemandAPlan.org – who are spearheading the movement below:
Meanwhile, Beyonce is currently preparing for a busy 2013 with her Super Bowl halftime show planned in early February as well as the release of her new documentary the same month.
The Destiny's Child star has also been locked in the studio for the past few months working on her new album, and is rumoured to be working with Justin Timberlake on her comeback single.