Just getting to go to a concert is a pretty big deal for a kid, but for one 13-year-old, an outing to a Beyoncé show in Perth, Australia, on Friday truly turned into the night of her life. Sophie Kotkis had never been to a big concert before — she is legally blind, and also has hearing and muscle control issues. In the middle of the concert, part of the empress of pop's Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, Beyoncé found Sophie in the audience, knelt down on stage, and dedicated the song "Irreplaceable" to her. "I have a very special young lady here," Beyoncé announced to the crowd of 15,000 fans. "Tell everybody your name, beautiful." With a huge grin on her face, she replied, "Sophie." Looking majestic in a sparkling indigo jumpsuit, the singer stroked Sophie's freckled cheek and encouraged her sing the refrain, "to the left, to the left" into her microphone while the audience roared in approval.
Sophie's older sister Ellie told the Perth News, "She had no idea that she was going to sing with her, it was amazing." Seven months ago, Ellie had made a video of Sophie, which she sent to the charitable organization Hope for Children. The group managed to get it to Beyonce's manager who arranged the unforgettable encounter. "It was so important for me because there's been a lot of things in life that Sophie hasn't been able to do," Ellie said in the interview. "She loves music, loves to dance, and loves to sing and this was just something for me to show the world how amazing she is." Sophie added that after the concert, "I told my mum that I got a kiss from Beyoncé!" The star has posted a beautiful photo of their duet on her Tumblr along with other highlights from the Australian leg of the tour. Check out the heartwarming moment in the video above.