Beyonce invites Boston Marathon bombing survivors backstage at her show

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Beyonce is an inspiration to a lot of people, but Tuesday night (July 23), the singer focused on three others' inspiring stories.

After her "Mrs. Carter Show" world tour concert in Boston, Beyonce invited three survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing backstage. Fans Mery Daniel, Adrianne Haslet, and Heather Abbott -- all of whom lost a leg in the horrific attack -- were treated to a meet and greet with Bey. They smiled for pictures and showed how far they have come since the tragedy, healing emotionally and physically.

"Picking things up off the floor, getting food, things that I used to be able to do independently now I no longer can do," Daniel told People magazine.

"If someone had told me I would have half a leg basically at the age of 38 before this happened, I think I would never have believed it," Abbott told ABC News. "I think I would have been devastated and I really haven't had a moment yet of being devastated because I've gotten so much support...It is a life-altering experience."

Beyonce's support and kindness to her fans never ceases to amaze.

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