We all know that Beyonce had plenty of fun on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, but behind the scenes, the Grammy award-winning singer was uplifting lives as well.

Queen Bey recently posted a video called 'Mrs. Carter, Bey Good,' which features her interacting with her adoring Beyhives (aka her fans).

In the 2-minute feel-good clip, Beyonce is engaging with a variety of people from different backgrounds, genders and sizes while promoting compassion and acceptance through her hit song, 'Love on Top.'

"She motivates us to be good," one fan said as another chimes in, "All united, different races, different people."

Even YouTube personality Kid President, who recently interviewed Beyonce for WoRld Humanitarian Day, gets stung by the Queen Bey.

The video is part of a social media campaign with Goodwill to help promote various donation drives on her U.S. tour.

By the way, Beyonce is kicking off the second North American leg of her Mrs. Carter Show World tour in the fall. The trek begins Nov. 30 in Vancouver, B.C., and wraps up with two shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Dec. 19 and Dec. 22. To check out Bey's full itinerary, click here.

So remember, Bey Good to yourself and others.