Beyonce follows up Super Bowl Halftime show by covering Whitney Houston 'I Will Always Love You' at a school fundraiser

Earning 9,000 parenting points in the process

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How do you follow up playing/destroying the Super Bowl halftime show? You roll up to your daughter’s school fundraiser and blast out a killer set, of course.

Well, that’s what Beyoncé did as she performed a set at the Centre for Early Education’s 75th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The parents in attendance - as you can probably imagine - were both shell shocked and amazed that Queen B was there to play for them. Donations probably went through the roof. 

Notably, Ms Carter belted out a remarkable rendition of Whitney Houston’s version of “I Will Always Love You” just before launching into her very own “Crazy in Love”. Watch snippets of the performance, caught by various excited parents, in the clip below.

Unfortunately, Jay-Z didn’t join her on stage as was presumably looking after their daughter Blue Ivy. Beyoncé’s new album is expected to land in April while a second LP with her husband is thought to also be in the works. Here’s everything we know about the records.