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Searching for Beyoncé in Coney Island

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Coney Island was all abuzz with Beyoncé. She was shooting what we think is a music video. Hundreds of fans flocked to the boardwalk just to check her out.

Rumor had it that Beyoncé was going to be here on location, so the search was on! We found a camera crew shooting at Auto Skooter bumper cars and took a peek but there was still no sign of Beyoncé.

Then we got a tip she was going to be riding the Cyclone, and it looked like hundreds of fans figured that out, too. Her security was tight but we got a glimpse of her in a white robe exiting her black Escalade.

Moments later she was riding the roller coaster in a white tank top and baseball cap. Then it she was whisked away to another location.

Then Beyoncé emerged, but this time kept walking through the streets amongst all the mayhem and screaming fans. She hit the boardwalk and continued her journey on the beach looking as beautiful as ever.

Security was tight-lipped about what they were actually shooting but no one cared. They were just happy to get a glimpse of Mrs. Carter.

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