Beyoncé Sets Perth Arena Record

Beyoncé set new single-concert attendance records at her Nov. 8-9 stops at 15,000-capacity .

Those stops beat the record set in June by Pink, who played three shows there and is a superstar in Australia.

The second Beyoncé show marked the first anniversary of the arena, which is nominated for best new major concert venue in the Pollstar Awards.

The Nov. 8 show received media attention for other reasons.

Two fans announced their engagement just before the singer came onstage. She also won the crowd over when she stepped into the crowd to 13-year-old Sophie Kotkis, who is legally blind and has muscle difficulties and hearing problems.

The singer had been alerted by a video of the girl’s plight, which was sent to her management by her sister.

Beyoncé kissed her and sang a few lines of “Irreplaceable” with her onstage.

A week earlier in Sydney, Beyoncé asked to meet 15-year-old named Chelsea who is suffering a rare form of cancer.

On her last visit, in 2009, she serenaded Chelsea from the stage.