NYC School Gets Surprise Visit from Beyonce

Wednesday, 04 May 2011 09:34 AM

 

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NEW YORK (AP) — Students at a New York City public school working out to a Beyonce song got a big surprise when the superstar walked in and joined them.

About 85 students at P.S. 161 in Harlem were in the middle of a choreographed routine Tuesday to a song adapted from Beyonce's hit "Get Me Bodied" when the singer arrived.

The children were participating in a national simulcast of "Let's Move Flash Workout." It's part of first lady Michelle Obama's fitness campaign.

The singer joined in wearing stiletto heels and a T-shirt emblazoned with "Let's Move."

Thirteen-year-old Aisha Collier gushed "she's so beautiful." She told the New York Post she messed up a little when Beyonce first arrived but then got back into it and continued to dance and have fun.

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Information from: New York Post, http://www.nypost.com

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