A Houston teenager who was diagnosed with a rare form of stage IV cancer, died late Saturday night, just days after a FaceTime call with her idol, Beyoncé. The pop singer surprised Ebony Banks with a FaceTime call Wednesday, which came after Bank’s classmates started a social media campaign on Twitter before her death. 

Banks was treated at MD Anderson Hospital, where she spent most of her senior year in a hospital bed. Alief Hastings High School decided to plan a special graduation ceremony in the hospital for Banks. She received her high school diploma March 16.

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When students learned of Banks death, they gathered a candlelight vigil Sunday at her high school. They also sang "Halo" during the vigil, which is a song off Beyoncé’s "I Am... Sasha Fierce" album, released in 2008.

Earlier this month, Banks' friends and family attempted to get Beyoncé's attention with the hashtag #EBOBMEETSBEYONCE since she wanted to desperately meet her favorite singer. 

"Beyoncé is one of her idols," Karina Gutierrez, a sophomore at Banks’ school told KTRK-TV. "She admires her so much, so we're trying to put that on Twitter and Instagram to get Beyoncé's attention."

"We just decided she should, you know, meet Beyoncé. We started this hashtag to see how far we could get," Banks’ classmate Shanya McKnight told KHOU last week.

In the short clip, it showed Banks lying in a hospital bed saying, "I love you Beyoncé" and of course, Beyoncé, a 22-time Grammy winner and also a Houston native, told the teen she loves her, too.

Banks, who was  Ebob, was accepted to college and intended to study nursing so she could become a pediatric nurse. Her goal was to help those who are battling cancer.