Beyonce Spotted On The Set Of “I Was Here” Video Shoot
Beyonce is kicking back into high gear for her latest video shoot.
The mommy banger was recently spotted chatting it up with United Nations Assembly Hall officials in preparation for her private video shoot later on today.
Pop star Beyonce tonight will turn the United Nations General Assembly into the set of her latest music video, with the proceeds to be donated to the global body.
The 1,800-seat hall, typically a forum for world leaders and top diplomats discussing wars, conflicts and global affairs, has been shut down all week in preparation for what is expected to be a star-studded event shrouded in secrecy. No outside cameras are allowed in to film.
The 30-year-old entertainer will shoot a video for her power ballad “I Was Here” in front of an audience that will include yet-to-be-revealed celebrities. Among the lyrics she’ll sing are “The hearts I have touched will be proof that I leave that I made a difference, and this world will see.”
The multiple-Grammy-award winning singer, whose hits include “Single Ladies,” is donating the proceeds from her newest single and tonight’s video to the UN. The video will be broadcast worldwide on Aug. 19, which the General Assembly has designated as World Humanitarian Day.
Back at it like she never left.
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