Beyoncé Holds Moment Of Silence For Trayvon Martin

Beyoncé honored the teenager during a concert in Nashville following the verdict in the George Zimmerman case. "I Will Always Love You."

Hours after George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, Beyoncé called for a moment of silence during a concert Saturday night in Nashville, Tenn., the Associated Press reports.

According to the AP, Beyoncé then sang the chorus of "I Will Always Love You," a song written by Dolly Parton and famously performed by the late Whitney Houston. She then transitioned into her hit song, "Halo."

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Wow. Just... Wow. #Beyonce #Whitney

Kate Bowen

@kateb

Wow. Just... Wow. #Beyonce #Whitney

I'm at the #Beyonc�e9 concert: "Can we please have a moment of silence… for #Trayvon." Proceeds to sing "I Will Always Love You" & "Halo".

Christian Bingham

@chrizvb

I'm at the #Beyonce9 concert: "Can we please have a moment of silence… for #Trayvon." Proceeds to sing "I Will Always Love You" & "Halo".

Tonight, I was close enough to @Beyonce to watch her eyes tear up as she finished singing Halo. There are no words.

Ryan Norris Anderson

@RyanNAnderson

Tonight, I was close enough to @Beyonce to watch her eyes tear up as she finished singing Halo. There are no words.