Since hitting the road earlier this year to begin the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, Beyonce has yet to experience one night of normalcy onstage. From getting slapped across the face during the tour's first show in Belgrade, Serbia to being pulled off stage by a crazed stan in Brazil, the singer has had her fair share of WTF moments.

But Wednesday night (Nov. 6), video surfaced of Beyonce embracing the love her hardcore supporters in Adelaide, Australia had for her, and she even decided to do a little FaceTime with a fan watching her show from an iPhone.

Bey was walking across the stage, shaking hands, while singing 'Irreplaceable,' when she spotted one person in particular and said, "This is a first." She took the fan's phone, looked into the screen and said, "Hi," to the mobile viewer. Then she let the crowd know he was doing FaceTime. After turning the screen back towards herself, she told the person on the phone, "Nice to meet you," and went right back to giving the crowd an unforgettable show.

For being such a star, she always finds way to show some love. Oh, and in case anyone's still raving about B's lip-synced Inaugural performance, this video should clear up any remaining confusion about her typical shows because she was all live.