Beyonce brought her Mrs. Carter tour to Detroit this weekend, and in a move that was beyond classy, Beyonce showed a special tribute video to honor The Motor City.

Beyonce started her Saturday morning in New York with Jay Z, as they joined Trayvon Martin's parents at a march for their son.

Then she hit the stage at The Palace and proceeded to put on one of the best live shows that I've ever seen.  During a unique tribute moment Beyonce added a cover of Sam Cooke's 'A Change Is Gonna Come' to her hit-packed set and displayed a montage of iconic scenes from the Motor City's heyday as well as of Detroit and Motown artists including Berry Gordy, Eminem, Bob Seger, Kid Rock and even the Jacksons.

I've said this before, but Beyonce is the picture of class.  She is as famous as anyone in the world, but you never hear about a scandal or dirty secret from her.  She handles overwhelming fame better than most people handle everyday life.

Maybe that's why this guy goes into convulsions after a single touch from Queen Bey!